Kinda makes you wonder exactly what is holding it up, doesn't it? Something so charming about these falling-down barns...yet so sad. Great photo!
It looks like it well beyond the state of repair.
I can almost hear the wind whistling through the holes while this barn does its utmost to stay standing. Great picture of a barn with a history if only it could talk!
Oh dear, that is a sad sight. It looks as though it's hanging on by its fingernails . . .
I always wonder how these barns are still standing!
In not too many years these old barns will be a rarity. We'd better enjoy them and preserve them through photography now.
This is probably in the middle of your huge urban area, right? ;-)Perhaps we ought to split this meme up into "Charmin' Barns," and "Barns in Disrepair." I think I know into which one this would fit. Where's all the green grass and leaves?
That one looks like it is deteriorating from the inside out. Probably worn out from ages of good hard use.
So many too are crumbling around here like this one.
Although it looks weak, it certainly paints a strong picture!...:)JP
These old relics are plentiful around my area, too. It's amazing how long they last! You got a great shot.
Oh my... :/ this barn is really crumbling, but anyway.. I don't know why, it's charming nevertheless.. Is it very old, do you know? It could possibly look like a crumbling barn in my country.. the way the buildnings are built.. :)
Cool pic, but so sad, too.
wow, did they have some bad wind or maybe just lazy? no free time? needs some TLC soon. (:
Oh me oh my that is looking pretty tragic. So sad, I wish it could tell us a story of it's life. MB
You're right! It is a close match as to whose is the most rickety.
Nice find! I wonder how long it'll be standing.
I wonder it too. Great shot!Barn Charm
It's so sad to see those beautiful old barns fall into disrepair.
Must have been a beauty in its day! I hate to see things left to decay; we have alot of these in Ohio also.
you can see right through the top level!!
This was a beauty in it's day. I can almost hear the wind whistling through the rafters and the old boards creaking.
Nice old barn. A shame that it's in such disrepair. But that's the way of old barns, it seems.
awww. poor old beauty.
That one needs some TLC.
It is funny how the silos usually hold up so well where the barns do not.
That's seen better days.. it is sad to see so many farms/dairies fall into decay..
Very rickety! Poor old thing, but it makes a wonderful photo. Nice work! I love your hepatica in the last post too. Good thing you went out when you did. These delicate wild beauties never last long.
sad and beautiful. i wonder what's holding it up!!
This was a beauty in it's day. Great photo! Pamela
Very nice. If only it could speak, I bet it would have a great story...
I can only imagine what it would take to repair this barn beyond crumbling. So sad to see. Lovely photo.Deanna at My Loves, My Life in Missouri
awww poor thing!
They sure make for some great photos! It's beautiful to me! LoL! Check out all that fencing... someone should repurpose all that wood!!!Thank you for joining =)
I hate seeing the barns like this while at the same time they are the ones I love the most. And you know it would cost a small fortune to repair it now.
Still has lots of charm! My heart can't help but go out to it for trying to hang in there :) When I clicked on your URL I was referred to your comment about Wordpress misbehaving, thank you for commenting in spite of Wordpress being such an issue to commenting right now.
Rickety yes, but he silo stands tall and proud. :)
Yes, it is sad. It means another farm is being used for something besides farming all too often.
That is slightly rickety alright. lol Reminds me of a barn up the road from me that's on it's way out. It was fine two weeks ago and now part of the roof has caved. It won't be long before the entire barn is down.
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