Monday, June 15, 2015

Disappearing One by One

Thank you Judy at Cranberry Morning for inspiring these mosaics. Her posts of Wisconsin barns brought to mind many barns that I passed in days gone by which are just that,-- 'gone'.
So I've been capturing some of those that are left.
 
Here and There
 
This one is on an old homestead called The Hermitage

Also like the corn crib to the left with the rusty roof
 
Mosaic Monday



15 comments:

  1. Hello Gayle, wonderful barn collection. I like the old homestead and name! Happy Monday, have a great week ahead!

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    1. And I'm thinking you spotted the buzzard on the barn roof ;)

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  2. Beautiful photos! There's a very special atmosphere in them.
    Have a lovely new week!

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  3. Such a shame that these wonderful old barns are declining in number due to neglect but how lovely to see them captured by your camera lens so that they may live on forever.

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  4. I love barns ... old and new. A shame that so many of the old ones disappear. Good for you to "catch" them forever. Happy Monday. Have a lovely week.

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  5. great barns. there's a link-up called the barn collective at http://backroadstraveller.blogspot.com/ if you're interested.

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  6. What great looking barns. I like the old weathered wood in the one that says NEEL. Lovely countryside too! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Diane

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  7. How nice that Judy inspired you to go out and capture some barns yourself Gayle. I agree that one day they will be a distant memory as most are in disrepair. Great shots you shared, I went back to look for the buzzard. :-)
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  8. Sad to see them go because so much of our heritage is in them!...:)JP

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  9. Fabulous old barns that deserve to be remembered....

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  10. Gayle, thanks for the mention. Yes, I love the old barns too. Too soon they'll be gone from the landscape. So funny that just this morning I took a photo of a vulture on the barn roof! I'll post it soon. Wonderful barn photos, Gayle. I'm grateful we can at least 'rescue' them photographically.

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  11. Great pictures Gayle! I love old barns.

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  12. Great job of photographing the old barns. Each one has its own story to tell, and unfortunately they are disappearing from the landscape rapidly. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Great captures of old barns. I hope they don't disappear from the landscape too quickly.

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  14. Awesome barns! Love the mosaics. It is sad that we are losing them.

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