Monday, December 31, 2012

December 31


This is a barn I've wanted to photograph for some time, but during Summer and Fall, it can hardly be seen because of all the trees that surround it.
I like the double silos and the peak with the big opening.  It looks like it could use some TLC.  The door is off one side of that opening, the roof near the silos is completely off in some areas and the silos have no top.
It's size tells me that it's seen a lot of use through the years.
To see more barns visit Tricia at Bluff Area Daily.

9 comments:

Tricia Hays said...

Oh Mari, thank you so much for posting, but I've been on a break from posting Barn Charm & Watery Wednesday until next week... please come back & link up then! =)

Beautiful barn & you're right, it's a big barn! =)

Please swing by... Immediate Prayers Needed

Manu Namreh said...

Happy new Year! Manu

pattisjarrett said...

This is a nice barn. I'll bet she was a beauty in her "hay" day. :)

Kathy said...

Happy New Year, Mari. You were one of the first persons who started commenting on my blog back in 2010 when I first started and I appreciate all the help you've given me in the past. Thanks for sticking around in this crazy blogging world. I've been thrilled to meet so many wonderful people, just like you!

S. Etole said...

Blessings for the new year that lies ahead. This may be one of the largest barns I have seen.

Christina said...

Old weathered beauty!
Happy New Year, Mari!

Kerin said...

Great barn!
Looks like a little orchard is also planted on the side of the barn.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year!

Dianna said...

Love this old barn!

Rose said...

I wish we could explore this barn...looks huge.