September 27, 2013autumn, people places things doubledoor Sharonarchitecture, barn, black and white photography, fairview, farmscape, fulton county, midwest photography, monochrome photography, prairie, prairiescape, rural Like this:Like Loading...
Hello, Sharon! Because grass grows at the entrance, it is clear that the building is not used now. And I can imagine that the fence in front of the left entrance is the substitute of the door. Because I do not know the purpose of the use, the building is mysterious for me. I was very surprised at huge building.
Hello Fotostream 🙂
Yes, this is a big structure!
I think this building might be used for storage of farm equipment, but probably not grain or hay.
I’d love to go inside and have a look around. Maybe next time!
Thank you, Sharon. 🙂 It is strange that they built a structure very high in large land. In addition, I cannot understand a structure without doors. If the first floor was used as a stable, I can understand that it is a purpose to use it as an intake of the air, or to avoid a cooped up feeling. There are lots of things I don’t know. 🙂
I’m right there with you, Fotostream :-). I grew up in a very urban area (which probably explains my fascination with barns), so my knowledge of their architecture and history is sadly lacking. 🙂
Anyone reading these comments who knows why there are no doors, feel free to chime in with an answer 🙂
Fotostream, one day I’ll shoot some barn interiors….if I can figure out how to get in without trespassing, that is ;-).
Thanks for your great comment!
Sharon! I am worried about you. This is my request.
Please do not enter inside without permission.
It causes various problems. I do not worry about looking in the inside.
Very impressive barn!
Thanks, Brett. It’s huge alright. It looks especially big in the image, I was surprised!
Thank you 🙂
Great composition Sharon, really interesting Barn, I would love to get a look inside 🙂
Me too, Nigel!
It’s close to the road….and a 30 min drive to the urban sentries. We could do both in an afternoon! 🙂