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Sunday, January 18, 2015

The Barn Collective #15




Peg legs.
North of Pulaski, Tennessee, Hwy 31.





19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

hanging on! :)

happywonderer.com said...

Don't know if I'd walk to close to this one. Lovely shots!

A Quiet Corner said...

Gorgeous and still holding it's own!...:)JP

Rose said...

Pretty soon it will be without a leg to stand on. Hopefully will be back soon to connect a photo.

Tom said...

Man, something's missing! Tom The Backroads Traveller

Brian King said...

It looks more like a big run-in shed now! I've never seen one that was basically a half.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

I love TN. Barns, too, actually. These are wonderful.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Great old barn - love the long legged look.

Cranberry Morning said...

Wow, I hope a strong wind doesn't come along! Great photo. Thanks for the 'collective,' Amy.

Diana Petrillo said...

Oh my--looks like you took these photos just in time! Thanks for hosting :)

Andy said...

I don't think this one has many days left.

Roan said...

Barely there. Great find!

Anne Payne said...

I'm amazed it is still standing at all! So many barns and old outbuildings in our area collapse long before they have a leg left to stand on.
Hopefully, I will get linked up in time this week. I've a book promo today.

Sandra said...

love the see through barn and the peg legs... both are beautiful

Robin Lamb said...

Amy, oh dear, this one seems a little shaky!

Felicia said...

love your peg leg name and the barn too.

Terri B said...

I see so many of these out in the country...I saw one the other day with a lovely front door lift, but no other walls..puzzled the heck out of me. :) Why have a door and no walls?

Linda said...

Looks like a good storm would knock these down.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Poor old barn. So many falling apart, I guess due to corporate farms taking over ...very few family farms anywhere.