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Great texture that you've uncovered in the grasses around this old place, TWG. And the sky is just right for the atmosphere for this photo. I love the "feel" that you can capture sometimes on a rainy, overcast day.
The sky makes the photo s perfect
One of the structure is going down soon!
prachtige lokatie met een mysterieus verleden.
Looks like the "lean to the right" and "over" will happen very soon!
Oh, that one building is "going down"! Beautiful photos, Theresa! blessings ~ tanna
Oh I love this that lean to shed has so much character. It has maybe seen better days but I love the way it has gracefully fallen into old age. Awesome.B
I think the wind from the clouds might take down that one shed!
Those that have less here on earth share a bigger sky. ;-)
oh...what a leaner!! it looks like it's trying to get away from the bigger structure sitting next to it!!great shot!!
I would love to dig in those old buildings! Blessings from Wisconsin.
I love the leanersweet old guy
We love the drunk barn. Have a lovely Monday.Best wishes Molly
Poor Texas and its barns.
Just how much further can it lean. I think a strong wind will finish it soon.
Love these kind of posts. A million questions start filling my very small brain space. Who lived there. How did they decorate it. What did they do. Who left it to die. Yesterday I wore a turquoise necklace to church and a friend said she had one nearly like it. She said her husband found it out in the somewheres of northern Arizona in a burned out house. The necklace was in the ashes and I've been told that when that happens to the Indian people, they don't go back for anything once it burns. I'd never heard that before. Maybe I'll do some research and find out about it.
That look very old. I hope it doesn't fall. Have a nice start to the week.Hugs
i love the leaning shed of pizza...
Thankfully, some of the homestead looks in good shape, I'd hate to be around that one building in the thunderstorm!
fabulous photos, T, that brooding sky adds some real drama to the scene
I bet this one has lots of stories to tell!
For some reason that looks like a spooky place!
I love that first shot of this homestead...it really makes you feel like you are seeing a scene from the Depression era with those clouds. It just has that kind of feeling.
One good "Puff" and the one is gone. Love the clouds too.
The clouds are perfect for this scene!
It looks like the one barn won't last much longer.
I love interesting old structures and you have captured the texture of them well!
Morning........love to see such old buildings, they withstood the test of time.......well some of them......a little leaning to the right, if only the could talk.........Blessings Francine.
Just beautiful. Any of these shots would be lovely framed!
Dearest Theresa,Wow, beautiful pictures despite the situation!!! Yes, the "homestead" looks so old and leaning. Great shots under the dark cloud♡♡♡Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
I love old structures too. Makes me wonder about the folks who lived on that farm? I think it's a bit late to save one of them...Janey
How in the world is that old shed still standing!!! Very nice rustic scenes!
Not to much charm remaining at this homestead. Any idea what the brick chimney is, sitting outside the other buildings? Maybe a summer kitchen?
What a fun quaint place! I love the leaning buildings, we had a barn wayyy out on the prarie that was like that - amazingly it took years before it actually blew over.
Love the first shot with the dark sky and the leaning shed. Doesn't look like it will last long.
Not only the buildings gave up but the owner as well. I find the speculation of these abandoned sites rather interesting.
I love floppy, falling farm buildings. Which is good because I have several of my own!
great scenes you show here, theresa!i love old buildings/structures like this.happy week ahead~
Great shots with this dark sky...good contrst.greetings, Joop
Looks like an outdoor brick oven. I would say things look pretty bleak on that homestead but I like how the colors all blend.
Don't yoou just love to find these old places? Going back in time is where the country toads take me. xo Jenny
That barn is not long for this world
Dearest Theresa,Sure, if we all have a couple of Saturdays to go over and mend this barn... That's our comment when we come across a building like that!Great photos; JIT = Just In Time before it will be gone.Hugs to you,Mariette
Hmmmmm that barn looks about like me this morning!!
You always find these spectacular shots. Your the best. I never know what you have been up too.So it is a surprise all the time.And a winner in my looking.
The dark sky suits the condition of the homestead well!
That old outbuilding reminds me a lot of me these days. lol. What a great sky in these pics.
Fine shots of this homestead. That one shed which seems to be in the middle of falling down...grabs attention extremely well. Excellent site and great pictures of it.
Are the people that lives close by, waiting for the same. Great photos.
Those old broken-down building do hold such a special charm. Very nicely captured!
I hope no one goes into the barn that's leaning...it might fall in on them!
Simon says, lean over... :)It looks like it was a cozy little place at one time.Those gray skies are exactly what I have here today.
Looks like that poor homestead needs a little work...great captures and the sky adds to the feel of despair.
Always a shame to see places left like that. I wonder what stories they could tell.
What a wonderful series. The first and second shots make me think of the way Buddy was walking after that marathon. He looked like he had just gotten off one of your horses his legs were chaffed so badly...and his feet...they were another thing. One black toe and lots of epson salt soaking. Thank heaven he finished. My ecourses are so time consuming. Today I just quit so I could come and check out all of the blogs. Hope all is well with you. genie
Gosh, that leaning structure is just about down for the count! The dramatic skies really lend itself well to this series.
What memories were made at that old homestead. Looks like that old shed is leaning to fall someday soon.
Sadly, these will be lost.When our barn started the slant on the top farm, we spoke of repair. Before we could, someone stole every board!
Gosh, I hate to see buildings die; crazy thought, eh? I look at those buildings and think of the stories they could tell. Also, there's plenty of lumber to be reclaimed or so it seems.Great photos!
Great shots...leaves me feeling sad for it's past.
Surviving well against all odds!Speaking pics.
There is something nice about run down buildings,be it wood stone or brick. Great photos and thank you for the link.peter
Goodness gracious, that one has seen better days, just not lately.
Good thing you shot those when you did, I'm not too sure that one building will make it through another storm! Interesting photos!
I don't think that one building could lean much more without falling down! I love the clouds in these photos! They really set the mood.
I love that barn that is leaning - so lovely yet sad to see it go.
These places remind me of those in North Dakota. Beautiful images.
I Love that little leaning building! I can't believe it is still standing, I think the big bad wolf could blow that one over. :)
Hi Theresa, I have never seen so many houses still standing that are good candidates to have been knocked down, than I saw in N.E. TX when I lived there in the 1990's. Excellent picture! Have a great Tuesday tomorrow!
Hi Teresa!Beautiful pictures ... The sky is amazing.Regards
I love these.
I don't think I'd be walking on the back side of that little building on a windy day!
It would be so nice if someone were able to put some work into these. The sky here is just wonderful.
So charming! I guess no one lives there no more...
That one building looks like it's gonna fall over any minute! Yikes!!
Love the sky here...looks like it's bearing down on the buildings.
Looks like a little gust could do some damage there!
That wee barn definately looks a wee bitty squinty to me :))
That is one 'leaning' barn/building... A strong wind (like we have had today) would probably bring that one down...A front is going through our area --and the winds were horrible today. The container roses blew all over the yard -and some out of their pots... Yipes..Hugs,Betsy
I could swear I hear it groaning.
Those house and barn looked pretty old, but you capture them beautifully!
That is one thing I always notice when I drive back there so many sad places like that just sitting alone. I always wonder where the people went.
Must have been alot of large gatherings around this home place when it was in it's hay day! The large red firebrick smoker and barbeque pit for barbeques tells the story. Probably still smells of mesquite wood smoke!
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I absolutely love those pictures! Character in pictures like that. I also loved the ones in your previous blog. Can't wait to see more. From another Wisconsin girl...have a great evening.
Biedna stodoła, już się chyli ku ziemi. *** Jesteś kochana, dzięki za komentarz nr 1. Pozdrawiam cieplutko.Poor barn already leans toward the ground. *** You are loved, thanks for the comment No. 1 Regards warm.
Another push and it will fall over! Love the photos!
That's some pretty dramatic tilt on that little shed.
I love those gloomy skies!
Oops! On not-even-strong-wind will take that building down, I think!
That old home looks like it is on its way down!
So hard to look at, makes one wonder why they all left.
Going going going but not quite gone yet.
That's quite a lean! Nice pictures!
Nice series! If there's even the tiniest bit more lean in the little building it will be embracing the ground.
There’s something lonely and glorious at the same time about old decaying structures.
Better keep the Big Bad Wolf away from there. Great pics!
WOW~ love the sky in the photos... and that one building is defying gravity!!
I wonder why is that leaning wooden structure is not removed all together?
That's such a sad sight.
The next time you drive past maybe the shed will be down for the count.
Now that's what I call a "lean-to." ;) It's been there awhile, hasn't it?
Such an endearing lean. I wonder how long it will be able to remain (more or less) upright.
Sou beautiful pictures.
What great buildings, I love the lean on the one. When I see places like this I always have the urge to explore the inside of the structures.
That place needs some love!Stewart M - Australia
ooo--how many more dark skies will that leaning building take?
I love these country scenes. I too lean a little ~:)
I guess when you get old leaning is kind of natural. Love the way you can see the individual grass up front. sandie
Great pictures!That building is going down!looks funny!Dimi..
great pics! such a nice place :)
Love that sky....but such a sad tale told by the photos.
ok, those clouds look horrible. scary even. i wonder? wow... poor barn. i sure hope it will survive. (:
Aren't all all of those old buildings charming. You would think they couldn't stand another season...but they do!
Oh wow!!! It's even closer to falling over than my one!!! What a great find!
The slanted barn almost defies gravity! xo
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