smiling here . photo is so cool beth
you find the coolest buildings
Too funny! Great shot!
Ha ha ha ha!!!
handsome comes in handy some times! :-)cool structure.
this gave me a big smile on my face. thanks for that.
ROFL!!! Yeah that would get me in the back of the neck too!! So much for grand spaces!! LOL!HugsSueAnn
Pretty funny. I have seen some terrific converted silos though. You would have to be willing to walk up and down all day but there would be plenty of windows!
hopefully his rugged good looks holds up when she throws him out of her 10th-floor room with a view...(the old photo edges makes me think of my grandma's big box of pictures)
communication is a bit of a lost art at times ... :-)
i love it! the edges to this photo, are amazing! xo
LOL...love *sigh* This photo is amazing...nice windows ;)
Haha! I know what you mean!When I first saw the image ofthe silo, my mind immediatelythought of Rapunzel. Love it!
Funny! Yes, he must have a sense of humor or maybe you do to get it.
Thanks for the laugh!...Loved it:)
Too funny....love the photo....Hugs
Hilarious! I've been stalking a silo near home but haven't taken the shot for fear I'll be...shot.
Oh, loved it!Thanks for the smile!Margie :)
Tales of quiet love such as this are so beautiful…
I always notice barns and silos when driving through the counrtryside. Can't say that I've ever seen a silo like this one....must be custom built. We can always count on you to have charming words to go along with the photos. donna
Great photo Beth :-)
great shot...wonder what all those windows were for in the first place...thanks for yet another smile.
so damn cute! love it
***love***Berg's sense of humor still inspires me...to understand it. :)
I am intrigued and wanting more....oh DO continue....
This must be the silo that you mentioned on my blog. I love finds like this...they let your imagination soar.
Beth...write a book.You are another "Story People" person.I love you...did I just type that?
I love this silo picture , Beth. You know, for a certain not so wonderful part of my growing up we lived in farm country and I'm not particularly fond of how the images make me feel.but your pictures are so incredibly peaceful, and I wanted to thank you for letting me see things in a new way.
this is TRULY FABULOUS.... love, love, love. xxo, kim
Is this about me and my man?? Nope - my farm has no silo :( LOVE IT!!~ Molly
lol-did you write this?! love it.lOVE the photo, too, for sure. :)
**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth