Late November’s fading sunshine was casting very long shadows at the “Forgotten Farmhouse”, in the rolling rural hills of Pennsylvania. This unusual old farmhouse has been standing on this spot for over 150 years, but was supposed to be demolished last year. Fortunately, the new Amish owner never got around to tackling that task. I am extremely grateful to be able include this place on my 2012 “things to be thankful for” Thanksgiving list.
This new photo was captured from Bartlow Road, about a quarter mile away from PA Route 442. This amazing view can still be admired by all, just a few miles east of Clarkstown, Pennsylvania, USA, off of Exchange Road.
The photograph was captured with Canon EOS 5D DSLR camera with a Canon EF 35-350mm f/3.5-5.6L lens, at the 35mm focal length. The aperture was f/5.6, with a shutter speed of 1/25th second @ ISO 100. A Manfrotto 055CLB tripod and 222 head were used, with a remote shutter release cable.
© 2012 Gene Walls
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