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Abandoned Buildings on Old Farm

This is the last in the series. It's an old barn, pretty much overtaken by trees and bushes.

I know I'm a bit late, but this is my entry for My Country Friday. This isn't representative of my entire country, but it's pretty appropriate for my neck of the woods. Agriculture was and still is the heart of my home.
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May 27 2007 03:20 GMT woooigottafightcominup
Seems like a place far away in memory.
May 27 2007 03:23 GMT sikobonden
True. Part of the reason I like the old abandoned spots is I enjoy standing, looking and reflecting. Here, I thought how it must have been when folks would get up early in the morning, eat a hearty breakfast and head out first to the barn, getting ready for a full day in the fields.
May 27 2007 03:27 GMT juanse
looks like time stopped...
May 27 2007 03:31 GMT sikobonden
It did. Farmers made way for new and improved methods of harvesting, raising crops and livestock. The new stuff doesn't have the rustic look of the old days.
May 27 2007 06:04 GMT sayalio
I like this job and your comment!
May 27 2007 16:40 GMT ldhill62
your b/w's are always great viewing :))
May 27 2007 23:11 GMT wifey
Great capture and ambiance.
May 28 2007 17:09 GMT JennyBean
love it.
May 29 2007 03:21 GMT sikobonden
Thanks, JennyBean!
May 30 2007 20:06 GMT rosyapple PRO
Given way to nature - I like these places!
May 31 2007 02:34 GMT sikobonden
Me, too. I returned to this spot today. I didn't see any animals, but there are lots of huge mounds of poo, so I guess I'm not the only visitor. :)
May 31 2007 05:12 GMT JPHarr
It's sorta like you're saying that others like you came to visit, perhaps also to fotograph the scene, and they left behind huge mounds of poo.

Is this part of the Challenge?? =)
Jun 04 2007 00:28 GMT sikobonden
When a person begins to feel at one with nature, it is true that the desire builds to leave a bit of oneself behind.