Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Old Horse Stables

This is another building that is no longer being used. I like this stone wall. I wonder if it was built during the revolutionary war. I'm in a barns and stables phase with a nod to Sunny's wonderful Barnyards and Barnacles blog.

25 comments:

  1. I think this would make a wonderful place to live in.
    Beautiful.
    The building as well as your pic :)

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  2. The old curving wall is charming. The stables too.

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  3. What a marvelous old structure I really like it :)

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  4. I like this photo. I like that the structure is slightly elevated from the stone wall. I love the curves in the wall and the white wooden fence, which appears to be open...what a great find and you captured it so well! Really nice...

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  5. I like this 'phase' and its images full of interesting details (the strange column on the corner).

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  6. I like your phase too... gets my imagination going as to the history of that place and the people that lived there.

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  7. This is so 'home' to me.... I'd buy it if I could. Would like to climb through my screen to this place.

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  8. A "barns & stables phase" is a mighty fine condition to find oneself in, James. You do the concept justice.

    The wall is a little more perfect than I usually like them to be. Rough-hewn suits me just perfectly.

    Reminds me: I don't have any reflections in the larder as yet.

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  9. What a shame that such a lovely old building is not being used, it doesn't look to be in that bad of condition. The wall is really wonderful.
    Thanks for the mention.
    Sunny :)

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  10. Gorgeous place, that's Pennsylvania ! Love the paint on the barn... or lack of it...

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  11. I would love to spend a vacation over there if I could...
    But we can see someone is taking care of it, stone by stone.

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  12. Looks like a farm...it's outstanding!Beautiful stones!
    Léia :)

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  13. I like the old stone wall too!

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  14. I like that stone wall too. This is a lovely scene!

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  15. I love this photo! The wall is a work of art, love the curve of it. The barn is a strong, sturdy looking one. I would love the opportunity to have this property!

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  16. Interesting the way the architecture is following the curves of the ground..

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  17. that shot is just lovely. I love all the elements. The sky, the stable, the stone wall. lovely composition.

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  18. You caught the stone wall very well. I like the way it swings into the picture and gives it depth.

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  19. This is beautiful James! What a wonderful place to wander around..

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  20. This is a wonderful old weathered barn. I too like the stone wall. It must have taken a lot of hard work and patience.

    Hope your back pain stays at home while your away, James.

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  21. I love this old stable, the weathered wood is just beautiful. But that wall is a masterpiece. One of the things that I really miss about Pennsylvania is seeing these old stone walls, they are just lovely. Kathy

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  22. I love the 'Old Barn Phase'. It is a lovely reminder of a harder, but simpler time and way of life. Early to bed......

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  23. «Louis» hopes this barn is restored and doesn't fall into disrepair. It is a fine building.

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  24. It is given a quiet impression to me by a stone fence and the green of the circumference.

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  25. I love old structures like this, it is so intriguing. A beautiful photo.

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