Sunday, April 17, 2011

Barn Charm

                                                                Located at M-24 Michigan
          This is a totally abandoned barn. But I didn't noticed when I took this photo the orange cone, see it?
                                                          Linking this post to BARN CHARM

26 comments:

♦♦Icy BC said...

It still looks charming, and fascinating!

Debbie Smith said...

The orange cone does not ditract from the picture at all! Love the old barns!!
Have a fabulous day!
Debbie's Travels

uncertainhorizon said...

I love buildings like that, and I love the contrast in colours. Very beautiful... worth exploring!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Great shot of the marvelous barn!
Thanks for sharing it (& the orange cone)!

Tammy said...

Great old barn. It's hard to tell; is the dark area on the front vegitation?

Lesley said...

Only get suspicious if more orange cones suddenly appear!

Genie said...

It may be abandoned, but it still had two good silos. This one has so much personality...don’t you wish you new the stories of past times it has to tell us all? If someone wanted to use it, I think it still has some years left with an owner who has a lot of tender loving care to give it. Nice photography.

Al said...

Great shot - it looks like something from a different era! I always want to go in abandoned buildings like that, but I never do because they are often unsafe.

Rural Revival said...

It still looks in really great shape! And here I thought I was the only one who had something obvious in my frame, only to notice once I came home! I don't know how but I do it a lot! : )

~Andrea~

emmanuelmateo said...

oh..it looks so old but its nice.
kmusta na ate
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good morning.

Rose said...

I don't think I would have noticed the orange cone if you had not mentioned it. Nice entry for Barn Charm....

Dena E's Blog said...

Awesome photo Kim!!!
May you know the Blessings from God above, all His Promises and un~ending, unconditional LOVE~~~
Hugs and Prayers Dena

Evelyn S. said...

Another fabulous old barn... the orange cone must be some kind of message, I guess!

Mari said...

What a nice old barn! I didn't notice the cone till I read your post.

Tricia said...

Great addition to Barn Charm, Kim... I wonder what the cone is for?!

Autumn Belle said...

Quite often, our camera has a detailed eye and it is able to capture every detail, some of which we may have missed out. The barn is a great capture.

Judy said...

I didn't notice the cone until I read about it being there. This is a great old barn.

Elaine said...

Nice capture! Maybe the cone is to warn people that the barn is unsafe--as if you wouldn't be able to tell that from looking at it.

EG Wow said...

Teehee! I take photos without seeing stray objects in them too. Oh well! It's a great barn anyway!

Donnie said...

That's a really nice photo. I did see the cone so maybe it's still an active farm.

Martha Z said...

The barn is such an imposing feature it is easty to miss the cone.

Ms. Becky said...

the barn has so much character and the color of the aged wood is beautiful. this is a lovely photo - great light.

don said...

A wonderful looking barn and silo combination. I wonder why silos have gone out of use...at least it seems that way. I suppose it's new storage methods.
Fine Barn Charm image!

Ray said...

Nice shot!

DeanO said...

You knocked this one out of the park Ms. Kim :)

Genie said...

You get the blue ribbon this week for the orange cone beside the abandoned barn. That is so cool. There is something about silos that fascinates me. I want to go inside of one...if you can do that. I have always wondered how they work. Maybe one day I will find out. Love your post. Genie

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