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A view of the Tipton Place from inside the double pen corn crib. I remember as a child playing hide an seek an peeping around the corner to see if I was close to being found. Early American children had little time to play but I’m sure they had time for games. Perhaps too they snuck out to the corn crib to smoke or take a few swallers of moonshine. Maybe the missus didn’t approve of those vises an dad was the one watching out from the corn crib….side notes here the structure in front back of the fence is the wood shed and the roof ya see back of the place is where they keep there bees which were very profitable.

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Comments

  • aphoto4you
    aphoto4youover 6 years ago

    beautiful mood shot…

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusover 6 years ago

    I love this perspective Gary; nice framing job. Looks good with the Sepia tones.

  • jlynn
    jlynnover 6 years ago

    I love the entire shot, wonderful work Gary.

  • cdwork
    cdworkover 6 years ago

    Love the framing here- great shot

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    Perfect composition

  • Kathie Nichols
    Kathie Nicholsover 6 years ago

    Love the perspective from another building, wonderful capture!

  • Catalin Soare
    Catalin Soareover 6 years ago

    Excellent atmosphere!

  • J.K. York
    J.K. Yorkover 6 years ago

    excellent framing Gary. perfect all the way around. i’d have to look back, but probably one of the best of your sepia toned shots. love your thinking outside the box inside the box. lol.

  • GraemesDesigns
    GraemesDesignsover 6 years ago

    Nicely done Gary. I like the framing and the way the whole comes together to lead you to the house porch.

  • Joe Mortelliti
    Joe Mortellitiover 6 years ago

    Love how you have used the forground elements in this,creating interest and depth… you have some great old buildings in your portfolio Gary

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