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    Barns

    Seem to remember that someone on this site liked old barns. I have had an on going barn project for a few years now. Here are a couple I took earlier this week. Hope this will scratch the itch for you barn lovers.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Barns-barn-rough.jpg   Barns-silo-barn.jpg  

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    Old timer some nice barn shots. I don't think I am the person you are thinking about but figured I'd add one to the thread.

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    Lightbulb It Might Have Been...

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Seem to remember that someone on this site liked old barns. I have had an on going barn project for a few years now. Here are a couple I took earlier this week. Hope this will scratch the itch for you barn lovers.
    Liz that you were thinking of. I think she had a thing about old buildings - including barns. I may be mistaken - it happens from time to time. :-O
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    Very Nice

    Nice barn. Great color saturation. One of the things I love about barns is how they vary form one area of the country to another. Barns are a lot like people the older they get the more character they exhibit. I hope some others will show us examples of the barns in their neck of the woods. Here are couple more from last summer.
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    Last edited by Old Timer; 03-06-2004 at 07:01 AM.

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