Monday, September 24, 2012

Barn Charm - Old Classic

Andy | Monday, September 24, 2012 | Best Blogger Tips

Two turkey vultures sitting on top.

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It wasn't fun pushing through the wet goldenrod but it was worth it to get closer for this shot.

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This last photos shows the side with the main doors. This barn is abandoned and the land is slated for a housing subdivision. I'm Linking to Barn Charm.

23 comments:

  1. Wonderful how the color of the roof and the walls are going to come together as one. Was the roof of steel tile plates now heavy corroded? Like this kind of shoots very much Andy.

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  2. I like the top photo especially, with those wonderful layers of natural colours, grey, rust and autumn...

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  3. i really like the 2nd view. that yellow flower really makes the barn pop! (:

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  4. I just hate subdivisions...even though I live in one...it just seems as though we are losing much of our rural charm because of progress...glad you took this wonderful shot and waded through the goldenrod to save this image before it is taken down.

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  5. ooh, i like such forgotten overgrown places...

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  6. Good shots. I hate to see these go, especially for subdivisions. I'll have a barn posted tomorrow that's an especially sad one.

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  7. I'd have made the trek through the wet too. The pics are worth it. Did those Vultures leave the rooftop to check you out?

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    1. I made sure I kept moving so they would ignore me:-)

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  8. I love the first photo with all the yellow.

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  9. I'm quite sure I've driven by this barn before. Is it near a golf course?

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  10. L love how golden the goldenrod appears next to the red barn. I wonder what the turkey vultures were watching. :))

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  11. Very nice barn - thanks for pushing through the wet goldenrod!

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  12. I wonder what is inside in this barn. There might be some nice antique goodies in there. ^)^


    Kim,USA

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  13. Lots of character.... and lightning rods.. : )

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  14. Nice color combo of the old barn and the goldenrod!

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  15. Wonderful shots and well worth any trouble getting them.

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  16. beautiful old barn and so cool to get the turkey vultures! great shots!

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  17. Hi Andy,

    I didn't even see the vultures, at first, I was too engrossed in the goldenrod & that rusty ol roof! Love it!

    Thanks a bunch for joining this week's Barn Charmiversary =)

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  18. I like all the shots, but it was worth your while to get a little wet for that second shot--it's wonderful! I'm glad you got photos of the barn before it's demolished for that subdivision.

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