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Old Apr 3, 2010, 9:26 PM   #1
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One of the few old abandoned buildings left standing in our area.

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I like the bw shot, it adds to they mood you are trying to set. What did you use to take this shot? S90?
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Thank you! I used my Nikon D-50 with my 70-300 lens. Here is a link to a great
exif reader, it's free and works great.
http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/
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Very nice... I really like that kind of shots!
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Thank you!

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Seen better days? Haven't we all, Bob. I like this a lot.
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One of the few old abandoned buildings left standing in our area.

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Bob,

She's aging gracefully. Like those frame filling building photos of yours

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Nicely done Bob! What is the structure...a residence?
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Thank you everyone, I appreciate your comments! This building is located on a amish farm, I think it was the original house. Probably built in the mid 1800's
with a few updates over the years till the new house was built. The new house is probably 80 or 90 years old.

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nice find Bob, and captured well. I really like these shots of old dwellings and barns fromt he countryside.
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