Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Barns or Any Dilapidated Buildings

My house is falling down, but I discovered this morning that it is falling down in pieces, not in one solid lump. This is good.

Our shed really is collapsing and Owen is planning to take it down. What we will do with all the stuff inside it, I have no idea, but the roof is so covered with green growth if a branch falls on it, it will cave in.

Our shed does not make much of a picture. You can’t really tell how badly off it is. It looks okay, but it isn’t.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

15 thoughts on “DILAPIDATED BARNS AND OTHER BUILDINGS – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. The problem is, it really IS collapsing. It was a cheap things from Home Depot and it has lasted 18 years, which is amazing considering I think it cost us maybe $500? But the roof is gone. But I don’t have any idea what we are going to DO with all the stuff in it. There’s no place to put it.

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  1. There was a very small four room house in our backyard that my parents rented out for a while. It eventually fell to far into disrepair to use as rental property, so we turned it into an oversized storage shed. Then the city condemned it and we were left with the same problem of what to do with the stuff that was in there. I think other than the stuff we had to save, we just let the city crew haul everything off when they razed it. Would a yard sale be impractical where you live? I don’t know how much of the stuff you have in the shed are things you need to keep and how much is just extraneous junk…


    1. I know a lot of it is seasonal stuff — snow shovels and rakes and stuff to trim the garden and all that stuff. What else is in there? No idea … but the city isn’t going to haul away anything. We are going to do the hauling — and we will pay for the privilege, too.


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