Parents with bulldozers, oh heavens. That was a wonderful post and my condolences.
Sad story indeed.Now if the the barn was blue -
I know how ChesapeakeBayWoman feels. I also hate to see beauty things bite the dust. Your photo is great It has a lovely variety of beautiful reds.
Parents! this is what happens when they get older and caution becomes the watch word. I commented on CBW's post. I would need anger management counseling.
OUCH... my heart goes out to the owner of that barn. LOVE THE SHOT!
What a shame, it was a great old structure.I hope her mother breathes easier now at least.
*sniff* Thank you so much. I'm still walking around in shock. It's tragic. Your picture is wonderful, especially love the distressed red on the barn. WE won't discuss the silo lest I begin sobbing.Thanks again.
Love your close up of the silo Daryl. At least you guys captured some pictures of it!<><
Great photo Daryl..yes, very sad about the silo...read about it on cbw's blog yesterday...
This is a beautiful photo. I am so sorry the silo is gone. Hate to see such things disappear. What a great poem she wrote, too.
I don't even know if I have a pic of it. Did you see Kate on her photo a day blog? It's also a beauty.
That is a very photogenic old silo. A shame that it is too more.
Well that's a heartbreaker. Glad to see you all have photos...
So sad but lovely that you have a picture to remember it by.
I love old silos...one by one they seem to disappear. So sad to hear this one is gone as well.
Oh what a shame, what a shame, what a shame. I haven't read the original post yet, but just knowing this old girl is no longer standing is enough.
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