The barn from last night's shoot

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  1. crownlaurel

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    This is across the street from the Old Abandoned Farm House I posted last night. Both will be torn down within the next year and a new 800 house subdivision will replace it all.

    First, there was a fire hydrant in the middle of nowhere...

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    Or so it seemed...

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    And a closer view of the roof...


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    it would be cool if you did a "study" of the land now, and then did a study with the new houses being built, and being moved into...
     
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    yes it would.
     
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    I do like the firehydrant with the barn on the left. It is by far my favorite.

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    I was so nervous when the owner drove up and asked me what I was doing that I forgot to get his name or leave him mine. I am thinking of putting a few 4X6s or 5X7s in an envelope and leaving it for him with my info and asking if I can photograph the tearing down and some of the building process. Or I could just go hang out on the land till he shows up again, LOL.

    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    hey is that a spider crawling on that weed over there by the fire hydrant?

    cool shots! nothing like progress, nice that you could capture these before it was too late.
     
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    Actually there were several ants on those weeds...I didn't even see them till I was home...

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    ETA: Oh wait, you said by the fire hydrant. How do you see a spider? now I will have to look at the picture blown up.

    EDA again: Well duh, you were probably referring to the other pictures, ROFL. The spider was on a weed on teh other side of the hydrant.
     

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