Monday, April 16, 2012

Barn Charm - Ruins

Andy | Monday, April 16, 2012 | Best Blogger Tips

One down, one to go. I'm Linking to Barn Charm.

17 comments:

  1. Always looking nice this pretty decay. Natural colors in perfect balance. If only we could do it ourself in daily life. Nice shot Andy.

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  2. Great shot. Too bad about the condition. I'm following!

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  3. Wonder how long it took it to fall! You should go back every month and take a picture from the same spot to watch the other one go down.

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  4. Great photo! I like those weathered boards. I have seen many abandoned barns and wonder why people let them deteriorate....

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  5. It certainly feel flat didn't it! I bet it's home to many little critters. :)
    The one behind has a unique shape to it.

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  6. Fantastic old barns! Hate to see them collapsing.

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  7. It always amazes me that the barns are just let go like that...we see so many deserted ones. I always wonder what happened to the people, and the farm...great shot!

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  8. it's like the bottom half just disintegrated...poor thing!

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  9. Sad, but there are quite a few like that. Neat shot, though.

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  10. I love the shot! It doesn't look like it will be long before the 2nd one is down.

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  11. Hey there Eye Candy Andy,

    I really like the dark wood of the one in the background and the rusted roof of both, although the one is down for the count!

    Thanks for joining =)

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  12. ...and now you can add ours to the list. If we do not hurry up and fix the leak in that tim roof, we are going to have some serious damage on our hands. It is just so darn expensive and we only used it for junk storage. Once a year we clean it out...gut it of everything so we can start over the next year. We do not have an attic or a basement. in the old house. This was quite the find this week. I love the way your shot turned out....very vintage looking to me. genie

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