Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Barn Charm


This old relic is on a highway that I've passed by many times.  I'm
usually driving, but this time I was a passenger and got a drive-by shot.  I love the shape of this barn as it is very similar to the barns
on the farm where I grew up.

To see some great barns around the country,
head over to Tricia's Barn Charm.   

Until next time... 

24 comments:

  1. You know, if this were all fixed up and renovated, it would make a marvelous house!

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  2. I too like this type of barn with the side 'wings'. It's still got some loveliness about it.
    Love you header btw!:>)

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  3. That is one sad barn! Sad they're allowed to deteriorate like that. Enjoyed your post from the previous day as well. Hope you're having a good day.

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  4. Morning Cheryl, love to see the barn charm even if they are in sad shape.......Blessings Francine.

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  5. I like this barn. It would be a shame to see it continue to deteriorate. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I like this charming barn too! AND the nekkid trees!

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  7. Do you think it'll be saved or go down? How sad to see them this way, yet they still have such lovely lines. They remind me of people when we're well on in years...a little bent, a little creaky.

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  8. What a great capture. I love old barns too. I am forever stopping the car to take a photograph of some old barn.

    Karen

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  9. I like the shape as well! Would love to see it all fixed up!
    Happy Tuesday, Cheryl!

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  10. It's such a shame to see these old beauties falling apart. But they make for some gorgeous photos.

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  11. Such an old beauty! Wish someone was keeping it, from falling apart, though. Such a pretty shape.....

    And yet again, I have to tell you, how lovely your blog look is! It gives me Joy, every time I come here!

    Hugs..

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  12. It would be grea if someone would give it some TLC. Lovely barn!

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  13. It's a shame so many have fallen into disrepair. They are forcing folks to tear the old barns down here because of the danger they pose.
    Great shot!

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  14. very pretty, but I do believe it has seen some better days...
    Barns with character...I love em'
    they just don't build them anymore..
    shug

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  15. Now I like that barn - tell me what is that type of barn used for?

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  16. Looks like it is really suffering from neglect. Great capture!

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  17. This is a beautiful old barn...very appealing.

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  18. The roof looks like it's just about ready to slide off!

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  19. I love the shape of the barn, too, one of my faves! I hope this ol barn will be saved, soon! =0

    Thank you for joining in 2012 & hope you'll return for a Happy New Year in 2013! =)

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  20. it's an old beauty!! it looks like the trees are growing right in to it!!

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