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Old Oct 4, 2012, 8:37 PM   #1
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Old Oct 4, 2012, 10:43 PM   #2
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Nice, Gary. This is a little bit out of your comfort zone, and I like it. You should get out shooting old farm steads and houses more often. I'm sure there are a good number of them in your area.
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Old Oct 5, 2012, 8:17 AM   #3
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Nice, Gary. This is a little bit out of your comfort zone, and I like it. You should get out shooting old farm steads and houses more often. I'm sure there are a good number of them in your area.
Thanks, Robert. Indeed, it is. There were a goodly number of places in the area just like this. However, most of them were uninhabited.
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What an interesting house. Nice capture, Gary.

If you have time to play around with it, if the shot was converted to B&W and the power lines cloned out, that photo would look like an antique picture from the 1800's.
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What an interesting house. Nice capture, Gary.

If you have time to play around with it, if the shot was converted to B&W and the power lines cloned out, that photo would look like an antique picture from the 1800's.
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Hey Gary

I think that house looks just great, although they should have kept the new windows and door the same style as the original! If was empty I'd move in !

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Very Nice Picture Gary
It was still inhabited! Amazing !
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