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Saddle Back Building

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Blooming Heather - Kate Rusby

We pass lots of old buildings on An Island Walk and usually stop to imagine it's former life.

Saddle Back Building

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Blooming Heather - Kate Rusby

We pass lots of old buildings on An Island Walk and usually stop to imagine it's former life.

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Sad to see, Mary. I've just had a few days in New Mexico and there seems to be lots of buildings that appear derelict whilst there's other that look derelict but are inhabitated! Very different way of life.
Mary MacADNski: They're great shelter for wildlife and certainly add interest to the landscape.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 25 Sep 2009, 05:54
It would be great if the buildings could talk and let us know there history but instead we are left wondering
Mary MacADNski: The house and barn were here too. I'll show them on Sunday.
Call for Chris Phillips and his hammer.
Mary MacADNski: LOL I won't hold my breath as he may never arrive.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 25 Sep 2009, 08:51
Going back into the earth
Mary MacADNski: On it's way. I wonder if there's a bench in there you might like.
  • vintage
  • Brisbane Australia
  • 25 Sep 2009, 09:23
The building would be saying my backs killing me.LOL
Mary MacADNski: Too funny, Vintage. Hope the week is going well.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Sep 2009, 10:06
Looks like it won't be around much longer - once that roof collapses that will be it. I like your composition here with the building surrounded by the scrubland. Desolate.
Ingrid
Mary MacADNski: On Sunday, I'll show all three buildings that were together in this field. They look very sad.
This one won't be there for long, Mother Nature will eat it as soon as possible!
Mary MacADNski: It is the worse of the three buildings. On Sunday, I'll show all three that were there .
I bet this old buidling could tell a story or two, soon it will be no longer.
Mary MacADNski: This was the small building by the barn and uninhabited house. It was probably the hen house and you know how those hens can chatter.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 25 Sep 2009, 12:28
Lurv the sway-back ridge, Mary.

Are the apples ripe?
Mary MacADNski: Thanks, Ray. I have apples ripe on some trees, over-ripe on some and three weeks to wait for others. I have several varieties.
Chris's bench would look good here.
Mary MacADNski: LOL It would fit right in.
Well and truely caved in. What a shame..its good for the wildlife though Mary.
Mary MacADNski: It is, and also for the photographer.

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