27 October 2010

Wordless Wednesday 101

Interior Dome Detail (Round Barn), October 2010


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36 comments:

Beth F 10/27/10, 12:06 AM  

This is the inside of the round barn looking up at the top of the ceiling. Running up the center of the barn is a 60+-foot silo. Click the photo to see it better. See last week's post for more information (here)

Cathy 10/27/10, 12:14 AM  

I'm so glad you're showing us more of the construction of the barn!

Dianne - Bunny Trails 10/27/10, 1:02 AM  

That is so cool! I love the lines.

Leslie @ Under My Apple Tree 10/27/10, 2:05 AM  

I'm amazed at the incredibly detailed construction for a barn.

Veens 10/27/10, 2:52 AM  

I remember when our US team colleagues, explained the concept of Silo, I was trying to picture it. Now I have a better idea :)

catsynth 10/27/10, 4:22 AM  

Glad we got to see the interior this week. I love the geometric shapes of the beams.

Auntie E 10/27/10, 7:14 AM  

Great engineering...Time for hay.

bermudaonion 10/27/10, 7:59 AM  

Wow, that's pretty amazing.

Dawn @ sheIsTooFondOfBooks 10/27/10, 8:29 AM  

I've been waiting all week for the interior (was blown away by last week's exterior shots). Very cool (and, "more, please!")

Susan Adcox @ Grandparents 10/27/10, 9:01 AM  

Such intricate engineering for a barn. Humans do have a wonderful urge to try something different.

Julia Smith 10/27/10, 9:23 AM  

Love all the lines in this shot.

Trish 10/27/10, 9:33 AM  

Spectacular. I've always had a thing for barns/farms--especially in the midwest during sunrise or sunset (favorite part of road trips). But this is absolutely amazing.

BookGeek 10/27/10, 9:58 AM  

Really like the perspective. Great shot!

caite 10/27/10, 10:33 AM  

I love seeing the structure of building like this..nice.

Sandy Nawrot 10/27/10, 11:52 AM  

Oooh, the barn! I'm going to have to show these pictures to my dad.

Beth 10/27/10, 12:46 PM  

In a strange way, it reminds me of the inside of the Statue of Liberty!

Rural View 10/27/10, 2:08 PM  

All I can say is WOW! I didn't realize some round barns had the silo in the center but it sure does make sense.

Beth Hoffman 10/27/10, 2:30 PM  

Totally amazing! Can you imagine the craftsmen constructing that barn?!?!

Wow...just wow.

fiction-books 10/27/10, 4:46 PM  

I have to say that the inside of the barn if anything, is even more impressive than the outside.

The complexity of the construction is amazing and the workmanship outstanding

Thanks for sharing

Yvonne

Alice Teh 10/27/10, 7:47 PM  

This is an eye-opener to me. I've never seen the interior of a barn.

Eleanor 10/27/10, 8:28 PM  

I love this kind of shot. Just fascinating, and beautiful to see the underside. It's sort of like turning over a piece of needlework and finding just as much art in what remains unseen.

SuziQoregon 10/27/10, 9:47 PM  

Very very cool! I love all the geometry and textures. Just beautiful. Definitely looking forward to more from the barn.

Heather 10/28/10, 8:16 AM  

This round barn is beyond fascinating. I can't wait to see more of it!

S. Krishna 10/28/10, 9:09 AM  

Loving this series of barn pictures!

carolsnotebook 10/28/10, 2:14 PM  

The construction is fascinating. Great picture.

scrapchick 10/29/10, 3:07 AM  

This is so cool! I love barns & this is a great shot we don't get to see often! TFS! Happy WW!

Dorte H 10/29/10, 2:01 PM  

I loved your round barn, and this is also a great shot!

Christine 10/29/10, 3:58 PM  

Incredible! Thanks for sharing this!

Cheerful 10/30/10, 12:08 PM  

nice shot, very interesting...thanks for visiting my entry! happy weekend! :)

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