Nice picture of the old barn. When my husband sees an old barn he dreams of tearing it down for material to build him a barn.
Love the old barns, we have so many old barns around here,most are falling and have no paint on them Great shot
I don't know, Dot, I guess the barns are falling apart out of non-use and neglect because our society is no longer in need of them the way we use to be. Farmland is disappearing in favor of sub divisions and high-rises.
I feel sad for that little barn.
Barn Conversions used to be popular here, but with the current credit crunch people are not so adventurous, very cautious.
Scenes from bygone days!Lovely photo Dot.
There is so much character in old barns although I can't tell you why those in the south are falling apart. Could it be the weather or there is no money in farming?
We do seem to have more barns still in use here in Ontario. But my town is s close to Toronto we'll see how long we can stay rural. Subdivisions are already moving in, ;-(
beautiful capture with wonderful shapes
Hi DotYou know by now that this brit loves these barns, if we had these over here I would be seeking them out and getting a collection of photo's just in case they do all fall down.I will contact you today about postingon your new no comment blog.. I went there last night and it's beautiful.
Okay, I will try to post a comment, again. I have commented twice on this post and it's not here. I like it. Like lilli said; lots of barn and they are falling apart also.
Termites. Lots of termites.
We too have old barns that are falling apart, and I love to take pictures of them.I'm thinking times are changing. Not too many farms left anymore. At least in my county it's like that.
I have seen a lot of little and big red barns. They all look bad these days. The nice looking ones are almost all metal sided.
Great barn shot!! I love barns too!!
Oh, trust me....there are a ton of broken down, falling apart, little barns up here in the North/Midwest.
Aren't old barns wonderful? I've always heard that Northern barns were nicer because they had to protect the livestock. They were often bigger, more soundly built, and closer to the houses. In fact, I have seen some that were actually attached to the houses, so the people wouldn't have to get out in inclement weather.We don't have much inclement weather in the South, except for 105 in August! That may not bother the livestock, but it sure bothers me!
It's a great picture, Dot. It has great character.
Even being an old barn, I like it.
There are so many barns and just buildings in general in this area falling down. The small cotton towns that once boomed are still here with the old cotton gins and other buildings hiding in the brush now. The buildings that have been renovated in the area look wonderful.Nice picture.
Dot,That River Boat on Picture this is a small replica of one, I guess i should go over and post that huh?
Because they want to give you as many photo ops as possible...Love old barns, they have so much interesting character.
I too love old barns. This one doesn't look like it will be standing much longer.
Hi Dot, That's a lovely little barn,shame no-one is looking after it.
We had a farm in Maryland, (retired 10 years ago) we had to take care of the barn, because the cattle lived in it in the snowy, cold wintertime. It was much bigger then the one in the picture, because the top was filled with hay to feed the cattle in the wintertime. I enjoyed the picture, but I don't long to go back to farming;)
I always enjot pictures of these old barns. I guess that they eventually start falling into decay through lack of use and maintenance
Great shot and the sky is so blue!!!!!!
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