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Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

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Nikon D200
Nikkor Lens 18-200mm

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amish, buggy, country, countryside, dylewarren, farm, farmland, horse, silo, wagon, buggies, menonite, pa, pennsylvania, bird in hand, lancaster

As a former hairdresser, Dyle changed her profession and spent a life long career processing data for various Fortune 500 companies.
After twenty-four years working for Texas Instruments she decided to take an early retirement and pursue her passion for Photography.
Her former co-workers, along with family and friends, encouraged Dyle to start her own business doing what she loved most.

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  • ericseyes
    ericseyesover 5 years ago

    Very nice capture of a moment in time! We are so fascinated by the Amish, they are truly unique.

  • barnsis
    barnsisover 5 years ago

    Gorgeous foggy morning, so many silos. Beautiful rich color

  • Susan Bergstrom
    Susan Bergstromover 5 years ago

    Timeless capture!

  • hallucingenic
    hallucingenicover 5 years ago

    i love amish country :D great capture!

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    stunning;

  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watsonabout 5 years ago

    Stunning image.

  • Gene Walls
    Gene Wallsabout 5 years ago

    Wonderful countryside landscape! Your composition is superb and you really captured the “feel” of the Lancaster County experience! Excellent work!

  • Morag Bates
    Morag Batesover 4 years ago

    Very interesting shot – I have never seen those tower things before, are they for hay ?

    Thank you very much for your visit and lovely comments. I am enjoying your photographs immensely, and have also put you on my Watchlist, and will be back again.

  • Thank you Morag and thank you for your favs and kindly comments!!
    These towers are called silos and are mainly used for storing grain. I was vacationing here in my hometown of Pennsylvania. Hadn’t been home in many, many years and have always missed PA.
    Farmland is rapidly disappearing here in Texas and as a result we are seeing fewer silos. They are somewhat different looking though…

    – Dyle Warren

  • Morag Bates
    Morag Batesover 4 years ago

    Thank you, that is very interesting.

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