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Old Jan 19, 2011, 6:47 PM   #1
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I noticed this granary on the way back and forth to work this week,Thought I would photograph it's progress to the ground.There had been another I used to see and it met it's demise eventually...the angle to the ground it had reached before collapse was amazing.So I thought I would keep an eye on this one and keep a photographic record of it..
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Old Jan 19, 2011, 6:55 PM   #2
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I see a lot of them like that when we are visiting Michigan. I think that's a really cool idea you have!
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Old Jan 19, 2011, 7:39 PM   #3
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Eddie..I wish I would have thought to do that with the last one..it was actually kind of sad when I did find it completely down..it was like an old friend you would see every time you took that highway.It was amazing how many people knew of it,too..
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Great photos, and a great idea. Very well done -- I like them all, but the first is my favorite.
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Great Photograph!

However, I have to ask the question - I see the snow stuck to just one side, so if the wind blows in the opposite direction, would the structure swing to the other side and lean the other way?

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Observer..lol..now that would be something!
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I watched a barn in Maine do the same thing but it was a huge one. Very nice images and a great idea to photograph the old barns demise.

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What way was the wind blowing the most is my thought? ! Don't forget to add that in the record... It would be like writing a book and and some pages flew off but to which way did they go?!
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I hope some young guy's don't beat you to the punch and give the shed a bit of push.
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Nice shot, Kasha! kinda humorous in a way...
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