Monday, November 21, 2011

Barn Charm #18

Allentown, New Jersey


Here's the back...
The hubs said if we got caught, I was on my own...who's he kidding!!


Cool sign on the side.

He said these folk "shoot first and ask questions later"!!
That man has no sense of adventure!!


This was a huge, abandon (I think) super cool farm!!

Sharing with Tricia's Barn Charm


Thanks Tricia

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28 comments:

  1. Did you see any NO Trespassing signs? I'm sure your hubby would come to yoru rescuem but you are braver than I am. Great captures, Debbie!

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  2. What a beautiful old barn Debbie, and I LOVE the tractor!
    Sending you wishes for a beautiful Thanksgiving.

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  3. love the overgrowth surrounding it. :)

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  4. Not much holding that barn up anymore I fear....

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  5. Wonderful shots. They deserve to be immortalized in photos! Looks like the barns are held up only by the trees. Love the sign.

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  6. I love the photos I wish it was mine. That is a great barn.

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  7. love these Debbie...what is it about old wood that is such a captivating draw? My husband never understands the allure old barns have for me...but old tractors??? that he gets!

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  8. Just waiting for an artists to spend days painting pictures of it from every angle. Nice photos.

    The tractor looks a lot like the ones I spent hours, and hours, and hours on when I was a kid on our farm. Good memories but hard on the rear.

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  9. This is gorgeous old barn. So sad to see them abandoned isn't it.

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  10. Wonderful Wonderful!!! (LOL...what a hubby heh??)
    Love the oldness and the old tractor....beautiful pictures!!

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  11. It's sitting there enveloped with weeds and vines. It looks like it was quite a nice place at one time.
    Love that you got the photo of the tractor. I love the blue and rust. It may be abandoned but that's a fairly new plastic coffee can covering that exhaust. :)

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  12. Love it! Thanks for treading where no "man dares to go"...haha.
    :)

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  13. Love this barn Debbie, and all the plants and greenery around it.

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  14. Beautiful old barn and tractor.
    Have a great day.

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  15. People used to hang their old license plates on barns back in the day when you got a new one every year.

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  16. You are much braver than I am, that's for sure. I just love your spirit.

    This was a great find! Everything about it is so charming.

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  17. Great pictures! I seem to have gotten a little bolder about "trespassing" (did I say that?) to get good pictures lately!

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  18. Wow...this is super COOL!!! What an exciting adventure! Great shots!

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  19. HI Debbie...Awh...this is a winner, just my kind of old barn pic's ; }
    Love them all!!
    Glad you didn't end up on the wrong end of a double barreled shotgun!! lol lol!!
    Grace

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  20. It's hard to imagine an entire farm being abandoned... How did they move on? Wouldn't they have had to sell the place in order to have money to move somewhere else? That's the question that always enters my mind when I see these old abandoned places... How can anyone afford to just get up & leave a place? Even if it IS paid for...

    Great old barn find & the tractor is an added bonus - Thanks for joining =)

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  21. wow - beyond rustic! In one of my dream worlds/lives I restore old properties. My dad's the architect and I'm the decorator...hahahaha!

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  22. I don't know -- that coffee "can" on the tractor looks pretty new. Watch your back, girlfriend! :)

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  23. Wow, I love this pictures!!AND the tractor is super cool! Beautiful Debbie!

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  24. PS, Have a great Thanksgiving!!!!

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  25. i am itching to take a few shots of barns too. these are lovely!
    they make such beautiful shots! i've seen a few of them on my way up to northern cal.

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  26. Great shots. I especially like the one of the tractor. It reminds me a lot of the tractor I learned to drive on when I was twelve.

    Barn Charm 60

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