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A weekend excursion out to the country

Posted by rcnaylor (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 26, 09 at 20:36

At the old homestead to a farm here in the Panhandle.

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Abandoned farm house at Kirkland 4-25-09


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RE: A weekend excursion out to the country

Great pictures!!
I like how you used the black and white and the sepia.
And the one of the old truck in color is wonderful.
Thanks for sharing.


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i Love these!!
especially the last bw of the shed, with the dead tree limb in there too
poor, tired ol' windmill
i love the colors of old rusty things, great truck

lianne :o)


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RE: A weekend excursion out to the country

A lot of history there. Very nice, I love old stuff (especially if it's older than me!).
JoanMN/FL


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How neat to visit this and take photos, beautiful captures.


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Thanks for the kind words. We don't have majestic mountains or crashing shorelines or beautiful forests to capture around here. But, we do have some things that "don't grow on trees" everywhere. Like old abandoned farm homesteads. Sometimes the most interesting things around to photograph are the ones that are easiest drive past and take for granted. I had been saying for years I was gonna stop and shoot that old place, it half fell in before I finally got any shots.

I need to get out and grab a some more of these around the area before they all waste away.


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#4 is positive proof Ansel Adams didn't take all of the B&W photos.


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"Ansel Adams" Ha. I wish. But, thanks.


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