...one word comes to mind, sad! I've found some barns in poor repair, but this one takes the cake. Thanks Rose for sharing this little sweetie! Take care and stop by when you can.
Poor old thing.
Weird coincidence--- I put on an old barn today as well, but it's in better shape. I like these images.
the first pic reminds me of a barn we pass by when we go to Elkhart. About 10 years ago we would see Turkey Buzzards....10s of them...sitting on the roof. Over the years the roof has caved in and the TB have moved on to another barn up the road. I'm always sad to see a barn deteriorate. Maybe because Terry always talks about wanting a barn. As if a three stall garage/workshop full too full to walk through wasn't enough. I had to laugh when we drove to Plymouth to buy used parts for the Wheelhorse. The guy had a large barn with lofts on the side clear to the top that were lined with old wheelhorses. I don't know why Terry never asked him how he got them up on those "shelves".Merry Christmas.xx, Carol
the poor old barn is looking sadder by the day.. once it was a beauty and for me, it still is. I love it..... the search bar doesn't help with finding a specific barn, does it.
Very nice barn shots even though the first one is probably history.
I don't think that barn will be there much longer, however well they built things in the past! Makes an interesting subject for the camera though.
Looks like that old barn doesn't;t have much life left in it.
Oh my that is in BAD shape.
Time is not standing still for the old barn!
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