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Uploaded: 01/01/05 5:33 AM GMT
Long Time Forgotten
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Ancient Barn

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::JOHANNA
01/01/05 7:33 AM GMT
Beautiful image and good shot.Well done.
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+mayne
01/02/05 6:29 AM GMT
Excellent capture of this beautiful weathered barn. Very nice first post. Welcome to Caedes:-)
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Darryl
trisbert
01/02/05 11:06 AM GMT
It's a smashing shot. I look forward to seeing more from you :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them thatís important. Ruth Ross
Jeremy805
01/02/05 10:37 PM GMT
Ahhhh, Yes!! This is my kind of post. I love everything about this picture. The crystal clear sky, the fallen leaves, the old and weather beaten barn, the slumping fence, the tree to the left side of the picture. The composition is great as well. Amazing!!!
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"Let a man listen to his dream so he may hear the story of all men and let him say as he did when he was a child: this is true; it does not matter what they tell me." -William Wantling
jem184
01/02/05 10:53 PM GMT
wow, what about the history of this place. did you ever wonder? it's wonderful to catch these little glimpses into the past isn't it. wonderfully shot. great pic.
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jem184 "only you can make your dreams come true!"
bjb
01/03/05 12:58 AM GMT
Charming view and shot. Very curious to know where it is?
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I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for. Georgia O'Keeffe
jacked
01/03/05 1:09 AM GMT
I just love this image especially that big old mosey tree, looks as old as the building. Great capture. Dwight.
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"Once you have heard the lark, known the swish of feet through hill-top grass and smelt the earth made ready for the seed, you are never again going to be fully happy about the cities and towns that man carries like a crippling weight upon his back." - Gwyn Thomas
verenabloo
01/08/05 6:45 AM GMT
Oh my! This is truly lovely! I can feel the feelings in this photo so strong. The colours are wonderfully soft..one can almost hear footsteps crunching in the leaves. This is really beautiful...and the way you 'framed' the shot with the tree on the left! wow...a very well put together photo to be treasured fora long time. I would love to see it hanging in a matted frame.
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"Simplicity is Elegance"
StoneHunter
01/18/05 8:51 PM GMT
I see they used air conditioning back then.
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"God gave us beer because he loves us and wants us to be happy" Benjamin Franklin
miner_dad
04/22/05 9:23 PM GMT
a time almost forgotten! very nice
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::geolgynut
04/28/05 2:11 PM GMT
Beautiful, well framed shot. These are my favorite kinds of photographs!!
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dollbaby
05/30/05 5:59 PM GMT
awesome shot..... nice work.... take care
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To the world you may be only one person but to one person you may be the world .......... take care ya'll
BRIX
10/11/05 9:33 PM GMT
so sensitive shot, its nice. Excelent shot
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.bucksutton
03/17/06 9:10 PM GMT
My Kind of Photo!!! Beautiful Shot!
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::PatAndre
03/30/06 1:59 PM GMT
This looks like something I would expect to find in the rollong hills of Kentucky. I'll bet it could tell a few tales. The leaves laying on the grass seem alive and ready to lift off at the first puff of wind. I like the big tree trunk on the left for the framing job it performs. Great capture.
Pat
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