Tired old barn and silo with tree - explore

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    North of Enid, Oklahoma
    Looks like the silo has not been used in a while the tree has really grown

    jillnjer, sudergal, Ducks & Daisies, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. (Gary) [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      Great find, Looks like an old dairy barn, it's always interesting to see trees growing from the top of old silos.

    2. bjmccray 83 months ago | reply

      Amazing, eye catching picture. Well framed to really show the sway of the roof.

    3. okbeatnik 83 months ago | reply

      I've always found it interesting the way tree take root in silos.

    4. sudergal 83 months ago | reply

      That is one cool farm site to find! Tree growing in the silo is awesome.
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      Seen in Barns and Farms (?)

    5. JJKDC 83 months ago | reply

      Nice one!

    6. okprairiemom 82 months ago | reply

      The scary part is they may still be using the barn!...Great Shot.

    7. Brendon_Lindsey 76 months ago | reply

      Love this how far out of town is this?

    8. Colorado Scenics 72 months ago | reply

      Well Seen and captured...!!!

    9. David Hopkins Photography 71 months ago | reply

      This really shows how nature will eventually take over!! Nice capture!

    10. Vicky TGAW 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Trees in Silos, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    11. Vicky TGAW 63 months ago | reply

      Thanks for permission for using you photos! I got my Silo Trees of the U.S. blog post up. I ended up with about 31 different trees and 18 different states. Thanks to your photos, Oklahoma is second place in number of tree silos! (Kansas edged it out)

      tgaw.wordpress.com/2009/02/20/silo-trees-of-the-us/

    12. goblirschrolf 63 months ago | reply

      A wonderful scene ! Great photo.

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