Agricultural Heritage Center Barn

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Above, a cropped Mamiya7 image with Portra 400.  Giving you a hint of the doors…..

Still figuring out the right distance for my RSS 6X9.  I’ll retake these standing a bit closer.  But it’s all about learning for My Inner Monet……..Read more about the Center Here.

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Above and below, some very distant Doors……….We take our last look at Snow?

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These image was actually from January 2020.

 

6 thoughts on “Agricultural Heritage Center Barn”

  1. I do love a beautiful barn! I was looking at photos of snow from the end of last year/the beginning of this one, before we moved to Arizona, and feeling a bit of nostalgia, truth be told. 🙂 Won’t be seeing any of that here!

    janet

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  2. I am glad to see snow again after living in the SE for a number of years, and then Coastal California. Got another Red Barn in my sights, and I’ll be returning to this one to work with my Pinhole cameras.

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  3. Smiling at your “inner Monet” – when you visit me, you can see my inner Chagall:) Sure hope this is the last snow before next winter! I live on the countryside so this looks homey to me:)

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  4. Whenever I see one of those red barns my imagination goes wild. I wonder what such open space would be like converted to living space😊. A little nuts, perhaps but what and adventure that would be😊

    Pat

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  5. The last owner was a bachelor with no children and he wanted his farm preserved, so he sold it to Boulder County. The Denver Metro Area began preserving Open Spaces pre-WWI. Each County participates to it’s level of interest. Boulder County joined the process fairly early in the last Century.

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