Old Red Barns….

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When i first bought my camera, back in autumn of 2004. My Goal was to document all the barns in Ohio..and for weeks i took pictures of barns,,then the weeks became months and a year went by.and I realized that there is no way on earth to take pictures of every single barn. they are everywhere in ohio. This is just some of 1 set. ( the red barn set).But as you might wonder, yes, i have a lot of Barn pictures… May you enjoy this ride on the Ohio Backroads /

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2 Responses to “Old Red Barns….”

  1. I love it. Oh, how I miss the red barns of my childhood. Each of your photos is excellent. Have you considered publishing a book on the barns of Ohio? I think it would sell.

    • Amazing! I loved every barn and could not pick a favorite. Never been to Ohio until last week to visit a daughter…fell in love with the state and the people. Marysville was Americana. The smells of the countryside was invigorating. We are building a barn on 45 acres in North Georgia and it will be rustic red with white trim and very dark green roof.
      Keep up the good workand best regards to the people of Ohio!
      Jan.

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