up on the hill {299/365}

I’ve been meaning to stop and take pictures of this barn for I don’t know how long.

Driving by the other day, I noticed that one side had collapsed.

So today, I stopped.

up on the hill 299/365

Better late than never (which could quite feasibly be any day now, heh).

I really hope they try to fix it, although looking at it, that seems next to impossible, doesn’t it?

What a shame.

Bigger shame if I miss out on some of that gorgeous barn wood ;)

A dull rainy background (this weather is nasty!), made interesting with the help of a few textures from the brilliant Jerry over at Shadowhouse Creations.


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  • Sue
    Posted at 20:49h, 26 October Reply

    LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!! I would SOOOO love to just sit in that field somewhere and stare at that barn… Just gorgeous! And if you can get your hands on any of that barn wood, you’ve got a treasure!!

    • janice
      Posted at 20:56h, 26 October Reply

      I’ve also secretly (or maybe not so secret heh) wanted to live in one. There are quite a few companies that will build you a barn home and they’re omg gorgeous.
      Could you imagine?
      Or when I see the old barn reno’s on HGTV, I die :)

  • Jamie S
    Posted at 22:02h, 26 October Reply

    So glad you finally stopped for the shot – it was worth it.

  • Monybean
    Posted at 22:16h, 26 October Reply

    fantastic!! love the little flock of seagulls
    “and I raaaaaaa-aaan I ran soooo far a-waaaaaay” couldn’t get away ”

    yeah ear worm, couldn’t help it lol

  • june
    Posted at 06:04h, 27 October Reply

    One of these days, I’m going to have to go back over your photos and connect with all the resources you’ve credited. The flock of birds sets this right off!

  • maureen @ cottage 960
    Posted at 12:03h, 27 October Reply

    Wow, what a find that barn is, and what a great shot you got of it. I can find plenty of old barns, but often they are surrounded by so much other crap, or shiny new pole barns that I can’t get a decent shot. So sorry to see it is probably not going to be around much longer. Here’s hoping some of it’s structure finds it’s way to a good home with you.
    ♥ maureen

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