A few old pics and a new one..:-)
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Great ones, Ed! You see some amazing country and you do such a good job of capturing what you see.
Nice job! A good wind will take that last one down. I do recognize the two cantilever barns.
Nice job.It amazes me that last one is still standing….I’m with your Mom…a good wind might take that down.
PS. I have never seen a barn like that first and third one. What is the reason for this style?
Great shots! The last one looks like it’s only suitable for use as firewood!
Wow a couple of those look like they have drive thrus – never in my life seen ones like that (or probably not paying attention). Nice selection and I like them all!
I love the first one…..it’s an interesting building. That last one has sure seen better days.
that first one is very familiar. there all great shots.
The cantilever barns are really interesting. I like the shot with the hay bales in the foreground.
Great pictures, and fun challenge.
The first and third ones, I’ve never seen barns like that before. Very cool.
Farmers at times let their barns fall into decay when they’re done with them. That makes for great pictures like yours, especially the second image. Nice composition!
I’ve never seen a barn like the first & third. Cool captures!
I remember that first barn it is way cool. That last one has seen better days..but I bet it has lots of stories:)
Nice shots! Like the roll bales.
nice captures Ed! unfortunately we live at least 3 hours away from anything that looks like these scenes
Wow!! what a beautiful place it is, loooooooooooooved the 1st shot buddy
As always, Ed! Outstanding!!
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