Sunday, February 28, 2016

The Barn Collective February 28, 2016

Tippah County, Mississippi, USA, February 8, 2016
You can tell by its shape and size that this was once a magnificent barn. I think it is still beautiful now in its old age.

Have a blessed Day!

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15 comments:

  1. Every time I see a barn like this I worry about ours in the years to come. We only use it for storage...we are not farmers...and on limited incomes. Barns over 75 years old are so expensive to care for...especially the roofs. Our roof need replacing, but all we can do at this point is fix where the the holes are appearing. It i so sad. I do not want to lose it. At least the structure in is good shape. Loved seeing your post.

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  2. Passing treasures like this touch our hearts

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  3. Old age will get us all, somedays I feel and look like this barn! Thanks Lea for joining this week and hurry on back.

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  4. What a stunning barn - even in its old age. The stories it must have inside.

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  5. this is excellent for aging people,
    old memory is refreshed here.

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  6. Old age it a wonderful thing when done properly. At least I think it is...

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  7. I think it is still a cool looking barn, great shot. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week!

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  8. I would love to explore this one...

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  9. It is a lovely old barn! Looks like it will only get better the older it gets.

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  10. I don't know what it is about old barns that appeal to me. I just love them. This one is a beauty!

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  11. I agree. it still has lots of character.

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  12. Hello Lea girl ! .. Don't forget about the Lamb's Ears !
    I love old barns ... and this one is a gorgeous old gal .. she must have been a beauty in her day so busy with activity and purpose ... but she is a grand old lady in her old age too !
    Joy : )

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  13. Always a bit sad to see such ramshackle buildings.

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