Farm buildings

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    JonMikal finds he's kind of too limited to DC photos. I think I'm too limited in my choice of photos, since I often go round to take photos of the farmsteads that surround me. If you have enough of those, just let me know. For the time being, I'll "bombard" you with some more.

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    OK, as you can tell, these take us nearer and nearer to some detail of the half-timbered walls.

    Most farms in my area are either a red-brick-filled half timber or red brick houses with brick ornaments, and the doors are usually green. Some are another colour, though, but as a general rule they are green.

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    It has taken me a while to summon up the courage to put these up, I took them on 31 March. Some are digital photos, others are scans from print.
     
  2. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    number 3!!!! definitely! it has a really nice texture especially on the wall!
     
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    I like number 3 also.
     
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    aprilraven TPF Noob!

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    lafoto..i am so not pro-photographer..so my opinion is not worth even the 2 cents..but....in saying that...i have to say, i just really like these... i really love the color..and i like the building texture... it gives a great impression... i am curious as to how maybe the first would look in b&w...the woodstack would show up pretty neat..

    but i like these...and think it would be really cool framed in a grouping together with barn wood frames....but thats just me.. anyway..good job!
     
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    Like em all, and love the colour contrast between the doors and the brick.
     

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