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Old Jan 20, 2011, 1:51 PM   #11
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I like the last one, maybe it will straighten a little when the snow melts
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Old Jan 20, 2011, 2:38 PM   #12
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nice shots, really interested in how it will evolve

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Old Jan 20, 2011, 8:25 PM   #13
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Thanks for looking,all...it could be awhile til we see it kissing the ground...lol..I think the last one was over a period of two or three years..even with those strong northerlies we get up here.But you never know!
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Old Jan 21, 2011, 5:45 AM   #14
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Kashka-

The leaning barn is wonderful. You have a great eye to catch those subtle and not so subtle differences as you go about your daily routine.

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Old Jan 21, 2011, 6:16 AM   #15
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Must agree with Sarah - you do a great job capturing the "ordinary" in an extraordinary way!

PS - there was a large old barn not far from our park that had a big painted advertisement on the roof for Orange Crush (a soft drink). Wish I had taken a picture of it - the roof was half crushed in!
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Old Jan 21, 2011, 8:03 PM   #16
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Thankyou for the kind words!..I travel all over to my job sites and I always have my camera next to me on the seat because wouldn't you just know it..if THAT shot of a lifetime ever presented itself..I want to have my camera with me...There have been too many times in the past that I have seen something amazing...and no camera!

Mole..that would have been a nice shot.I love old barns.I wish the digital age was around 25 years ago when I started this job..I would have loved to have the "before" pictures because alot of them have succumbed to the elements now.
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That barn picture (both of them) are very cool! I'd love to see you document that barn through the seasons - it looks like a wonderful location.
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Wow..what a coincidence! Yesterday when i was driving home I was thinking this could be a long drawn out project..especially if it takes years to fall..and thought I should do a seasonal essay of it also.Good plan,mtngal!
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