Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Barn Charm #16

Manalapan, New Jersey, not too far from home!!

Abandon, sad, lot's of stories but no one to tell them!!


A huge farm at one time, here is a view from the top of the hill.

Sharing with Tricia's Barn Charm


Thanks Tricia

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30 comments:

  1. Oh, that first one has its stories, if only we knew them! Wonderful shot of a fine barn - love the cupolas!

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  2. Oh my gosh, it's so sad that such a one time beautiful farm is now a ghost farm... that's awful! You shot it beautifully, but I just hate to think about the owners & their loss!

    Thanks for joining, Debbie, much appreciated! =)

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  3. Great shots! I bet that farm is full of old stories.

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  4. I love all of the cupolas on that first barn. It has great charm all the way around. Oh the stories it could tell...

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  5. It looks as if it was a lovely building in its day. It is a shame when they are abandoned. I love the shape of the roof.

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  6. I love the shape of the roof on the first shot - and that wonderful silo! But, oh, so sad to see the whole farm abandoned.

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  7. Took a quick cruise through the barn charm tour. The one on your blog is my very favorite. What character it has. Too bad it can't tell its stories.

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  8. There is something so beautiful about the weathered and worn. Love looking at these beautiful buildings.

    xo,
    Danielle

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  9. That is one of the prettiest old barns I've ever saw. Love that roof!

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  10. What a beautiful old barn this is Debbie!

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  11. Wow, that was a huge farm at one time. I like that first shot.

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  12. Wouldn't you just love to prowl around that place? It is a fantastic entry.

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  13. Oh this abandoned barn has stories to tell.

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  14. That makes me so sad, it needs love.

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  15. The shape and color of the barn is wonderful, you shot it so well! It looks like it's growing out of the foliage.

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  16. WOW! That really is a big farm to have been abandoned. You're right - lots of stories to tell there!

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  17. Now, that's a dandy! It looks abandoned, but seems to have a lot of life yet. Sure hope it doesn't go to waste.

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  18. Aw, sad but beautiful barn. It needs a herd of milk cows & some chickens in the yard.

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  19. Good grief -- that's alot of real estate going to waste!

    Awesome structures, Debbie and great captures. :)

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  20. It was a beauty in it's day! I love the silo too!

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  21. Love how it is getting 'covered' with trees etc!

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  22. So sad: hre in Portugal we have similar situations...and I feel we ara loosing our identity...
    I like it here.
    have a nice week
    Hugs
    BShell

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  23. That looks so similar to barns in our area. Just think of the stories they could tell: so busy at one time. Guess they've earned their rest.

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  24. That is a huge barn! Wouldn't you love to save it?

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  25. Love how the land's just grown over it. It's a combination of sad, spooky and absolutely beautiful!

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  26. your barns are so unique to the states I'd believe; nothing like them here; we call them 'sheds'

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  27. This is a real heartbreaker. It must have been some farm in its day. I guess it just cost too much to keep it up. So sad. Your captures are lovely. genie

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  28. How fabulous that barn must have looked when brand new. Louden dairy barn perhaps? Looks as if it might be.

    NoteworthyMusings

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