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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday & The Barn Collective On Read Mountain Rd

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You might remember that white building from Friday. I wanted to share with you the barn that sits there too. I'm so happy that Amy started a new barn meme! So I get to link with Miss Roan's Rubbish Tuesday and Miss Amy's Barn Collective ...yay for twofer's!

I hope to see you back on Friday for Willy-Nilly Friday 5! Post 5 randoms, come back and link up!!

33 comments:

  1. your photos really speak to me!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  2. Love the colours you've got in that shot of the barn; but what's holding it up?!

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  3. I love how even the battered and elderly buildings can be beautiful too, lovely shots.

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  4. I confess I've never entirely understood why we have so many abandoned buildings here in the Commonwealth.

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  5. Great colors, Tanya! Thanks for linking up!

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  6. love all the growth around the barn! beautiful!

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  7. Love the rusty roof on that old barn.

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  8. Lovely old places and I love these photos.

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  9. Great job on you photos, so sharp and bright. A perfect feature today.

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  10. Wonderful rusty delapidated old discoveries Tanya :) We don't have anywhere near as many old barns here.. but mind you I'm probably not looking in the right places :)

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  11. A sad and dilapidated building for a great photo!

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  12. I love old barns because they remind me of the farm where I grew up and we had 2 of them. My dad eventually had them taken down and put up one of those metal barns. Yuck. Love the colors in your shot!

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  13. Fantastic old barns! Yes, it's wonderful to have the new barn meme as well as Roan's Rubbish and do both at once. I have so few opportunities to get any pictures of barns, sadly! :-( Yours are so great today!

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  14. They both look tremendously weathered.

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  15. Awww, that poor barn! I think they should either tear it down or build it up. But then of course, there would be no good picture! And no great little gem to happen upon either.

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  16. Love the barn, both are wonderful.

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  17. Tanya, The barn is lovely! It has such rich patinas. You have captured it well.

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  18. There have been a lot of barn memes, hope this one sticks! I don't know why, but the more rustic (i.e. old and rotten) the barn, the more I like it!

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  19. I wonder if they will still be here in 50 years. I hope so! Love them!

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  20. Two great shots! I love the doors on the lighter-colored barn in the first image.

    Visiting from Rubbish Tuesday,

    Lindy

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  21. The rusted roof on the smaller one is fantastic!

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  22. What a great find Tanya! I like that rusty roof too.

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  23. Always love a metal roof on a barn

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  24. The barn shot is really nice. There are probably several barns like that in your area.

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  25. Love that first photo especially, Tanya. Just gorgeous!!

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  26. The second one for me. Are those blue buckets? Great shot.

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  27. Wow, I am really far behind on your posts! I love these barn shots- just beautiful and I am glad Amy started the barn meme back up, too. I really have missed the old Barn Charm.

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  28. These are amazing finds! Love the dark, damp atmosphere!

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