Thursday, February 07, 2013

He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother

Andy | Thursday, February 07, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

The silo on the right has saved his brother from collapse. I'm linking to Rurality Blog Hop.

22 comments:

  1. I don't think it is in use anymore but what do I know. Its a little tricky.

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    1. I think you are right S.C. It's not too far from my home and I will continue to check it out.

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  2. I am always surprised to see all those abandoned buildings in the US. Here it would have demolished when it looks like this. But I think it has to do with the space you have in your country. Here every inch is needed to built something new.

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  3. Hmmm. This area will soon be a subdivision, I suspect.

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  4. I love the old barns and silos and am happy when they are captured for us to all see and remember.

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  5. It is amazing how tough these old silos can be. Once helped a friend knock down one of his old silos. Took a dozen of us half a day to get the job done, but it finally fell with a roar and a cloud of dust. Odd that one is leaning on the other.

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  6. I suspect they'll both be lying together sometime soonish. But you never know. Great capture and title.

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  7. Cool! How many people would not photograph these silos?

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  8. That's quite extraordinary really! Perfect title for that capture, haha.

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  9. I love photographing old buildings. They have such character. Great catch and title.

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  10. This is a perfect title for the picture. Great take Andy.

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  11. I agree, probably keeping it standing for a while longer yet... love your post title. Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #1' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #2...

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  12. That is a clever caption for today's photo, Andy.

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  13. Good eye and clever title. Makes you wonder how long that silo has been like that.

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  14. Very clever interpretation of the condition of the two silos. I expected something totally different when I read your title!

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