The old silos are no longer used on farms in our area - the NW corner of Washington State. They still stand - some in better condition than others - but still standing.
A wooden silo with iron bands to make it secure and a metal roof. The barn is fading fast.
This silo is covered in ivy. The barn is now being refurbished - slowly - by the new owners.
The side of the barn used to be covered completely in ivy also.
An old barn, an old silo and a RainBird sprinkler in the hay field.
The barn behind the smaller metal silos has almost completely collapsed.
The entire farm has been badly neglected - though it is still being farmed, they take no pride in their property.
Another old barn, with the nearby lawn mowed, old hay still in the barn and the old silo standing guard behind the hedge.
And an old cement silo with modern, large bales of hay standing in front, a red wagon left beside the hay.