All these barns were photographed through the window of a U-Haul Truck while I was riding or driving along Interstate 81 in Wyoming.
This one, below, seems to be defying gravity.
This one looks to be pretty tight; well, other than the holes in the roof.
It was interesting to me that abandoned barns still stand, highly visible in the flat, arid landscape.
Here in West Virginia they would each be overgrown to the point of invisibility if not already toppled from the moisture and growth. Once a West Virginia barn hits the ground, it soon takes the journey back to the earth until little may be seen other than nails and hinges rusting into their elemental state.