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11-14-2009, 04:31 AM   #31
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In Michigan

In central Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
(Sorry, but I did not have a Pentax with me.)

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Here in Australia we dont have the picturesque, unique barns like yours over there.
However, we do have some rather interesting old farm buildings which are great photo subjects.

Here are some of mine for example:







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I think all posters are to be congratulated on some great shots, however, I think that Peter's "Mormon Row" shot (pschlute) is an absolute standout.
Well done, Peter.
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Taken in July 2008 on one of 4 drives between Burlington and Newport Vermont.



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Ohio Bicentennial Barn

Logan County, Ohio Bicentennial Barn, An artist went around Ohio for about five years painting this logo on barns in each of Ohio's 88 counties.
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12-31-2009, 09:06 AM   #37
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QuoteOriginally posted by UpNorth Quote
Here's one my wife and I thought was worth pulling off to the side of the road and killing a half-hour for - near Iron River, Wi.
(Not sure why it looks so washed-out here. In Aperture it's got very rich color - like the "original".)

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That one is worthy of turning into a house!
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Bruce -- I agree with you. Love your barns on stilts, too.

I don't have as many pictures of barns as I'd like, but here are three. The first is a very small one, and the middle one is interesting because it has a gravestone at the corner -- a woodchuck lives under that corner of the barn!







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Another one from Jackson Hole


This is very nice!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bramela Quote
Here in Australia we dont have the picturesque, unique barns like yours over there.
However, we do have some rather interesting old farm buildings which are great photo subjects.

Here are some of mine for example:







Love this series.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bramela Quote
Here in Australia we dont have the picturesque, unique barns like yours over there.
However, we do have some rather interesting old farm buildings which are great photo subjects.
Your photos dispute your words, you have made these very picturesque and unique. Well Done!
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This is nothing compared to the others here, but I had to play. My father's barn in Tennessee...


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We have great barns in my area and one of my fav subjects.



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