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Thank you gailvold.
loved all these barns!!!
Thank you robran and shirley.It used to have slatted sides Monica and they stored ears of corn in it to dry. I am pretty sure they don't use it in that way now. I see there is sheet metal siding covering it now. Not sure what it is used for these days. Thank you Monica.
Is this where they store all of the corn after it's been picked? It's a beautiful old barn Sandy!
Yes, I like it, Thanks chickiemama.
Good one chickie - it's a nice contrast. Thanks.
I think the electricity goes to an electric company warbler.Thank you morris.
Nice photo, chickie!
Look how green it is around the crib--I bet the windmills are providing electric to run a underground sprinkler system.
Thank you Suzy.
Nice contrast of old and new.
Thank you Charles.
nice one Noa!
Thank you chookies.
Good shot, chickie, and a fine crop he's got growing there.
Thank you Ms. lyndee.
A nice "Old and New" puzzle. Thanks Chickie.
Thank you Hanne, Patti, Celeste, fodus, Maryrob and young man.They were all put up in 2012 Patti. There must be a couple hundred of them in one area on both sides of the road. I agree fodus.No comment young man.
They need that much power to run a corn crib? That must be some corn crib.
I love this picture.I should show it to my hubby who loves windmills.Thanks Chickie.Great shot.
Turbines are ok if they don't mess up the view!
Cool picture Chickie :)
But the wind turbines look new!
A fine little building!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
LOL I cropped the bottom off Laura. ThanksLOL Thanks jcarroll.You are welcome Gladstone.
Thank you for sharing your picture of an old corn crib and wind turbines.
Chickie, you are the best at 'high speed' photography! LOL!
It doesn't look like the vehicle was moving! Ya done good!
Thank you Laura and tex. Taken from a moving vehicle.
Cool, CM! thanks.
Nice with the turbines int he background. Great shot, chickie! You keep coming up with good ones!