Wednesday, November 25, 2009

If Only These Walls Could Talk - Outdoor Wednesday

What would they be able to tell us? I often think of this when I am around old, empty, abandoned buildings. Sometimes I can hear the sounds and smell the smells. It's good to stop once in a while and ponder the past. We owe much to those who came before us. Be thankful for them.

If you would like to see the rest of the pictures of the abandoned barn taken this past weekend follow the link by clicking here.

To see other Outdoor Wednesday photos click here.

17 comments:

  1. Hi Gwendolyn,
    You certainly have created a woderful blog. I took the tour of your gorgeous photo gallery and enjoyed every thing that I saw.

    Have a scrumptous Thanksgiving
    (:> gobble, gobble

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  2. I once wrote a post on my Pics and Pieces blog called Look At Me....it is about the stories these old walls could tell if only they could.

    Love these pictures.

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  3. Oh, I just went and seen the rest of the pictures! They are wonderful. I sure enjoyed looking at them.

    On thing I noticed is I did not see a 'No Trespassing" sign anywhere! Seems like any time I find an old building, it has one on it.

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  4. I just went to visit the slideshow and I really loved your photos. This is great subject matter, I love old abandoned buildings. Happy Outdoor Wednesday. Kathy

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  5. I loved seeing this old building. As you get older, you appreciate the past more. There were bad and good times then as now. We just did not take the time to enjoy them.

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  6. You certainly have an "eye" for photography. I took the tour of the barn and sighed. Times have changed some for the good and some for the bad.
    Joyce M

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  7. Great photo. Does make you think doesn't it?

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  8. That's great...so colorful, both in history and true physical color. Makes one curious about the past there...great capture and find!

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  9. I left a comment in the guestbook of your album, I hope it went through. The pictures are wonderful and unutterably sad.

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  10. I like the words you say to achor this picture, Gwen. Very reflective. Nice picture too.

    Thanks for visiting and commenting on my post.

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  11. Your pictures are just stunning. Thanks for the tour of these beautiful old buildings. Happy Thanksgiving! Anita

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  12. I had to enlarge this photo and I was so glad I did! I love the wide angle, the subtly dramatic sky and the colours. Supurb.

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  13. I too love old buildings. This is a wonderful one! It's probably very lucky for a lot of people that walls can't talk, LOL

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  14. You do have some lovely photos, I love seeing the old barns and building. They do hold a story.

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  15. such a cool shot.

    I have been a long time fan.

    If you have a moment for a laugh -- I would love for you to stop by and say hi!

    TTFN ~~Claudia ♥ ♥

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  16. I wonder what the people who built those old barns think, seeing them abandoned! Sort of the same thing, as wondering what the walls would say. People spent hours building, and now they are falling apart. What was the point?

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