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656 Views/23 January 2012

Captured on PTH 231 west of Fraserwood Manitoba, Canada. Not sure how old this one is, probably in the late 1800 hundreds, as folks say it been in this area for a long, long time, as you can clearly see how it was built, with the use of logs, and the textured wood.

Camera Details: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi, 55mm Lens, Aperture exp 14.0, Shutter speed 1/200, ISO 400

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A self taught amateur photographer who resides in beautiful Winnipeg, Manitoba, which is a prairie city in the center of Canada. My dear wife Marg and I have been married for 52 years, and we have 2 married daughters and 3 grandchildren to share our busy lives.I love to read, practice photography, spend time with my family, play around on the computer, and volunteer a lot of my time at our local Nature Center, where I serve as an interpreter for kids programs.

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  • Jadon
    Jadonover 4 years ago

    LOL, sure looks that way, do you think this one never survived the slump in the housing market?? hehehe..
    Greta shot mate..

  • Hi Jason
    Got a big kick out of your comments here, love it, much appreciated my friend!!!

    – Larry Trupp

  • Kay Kempton Raade
    Kay Kempton Raadeover 4 years ago

    Wow, there are some lovely logs there someone wants for their decor!! It really folded!

  • Thanks Kay
    Much appreciated

    – Larry Trupp

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsover 4 years ago

    oh no, I thought log lasted forever. Same design as my old barn from Hadashville Larry, I would say built in the 1800’s according to the owner of that one……..this is sad to see it’s back broken, but what a beautiful memory to have now

  • Hi Vickie
    I agree with you on your comments…Nobody near by could confirm the age, but have since talked to someone who lived out here as a child, and they agree its been there for a long, long time…Watch for my BM OK

    – Larry Trupp

  • EagleHunter
    EagleHunterover 4 years ago

    Love it Larry, great find.

  • Thanks Eaglehunter
    Much appreciated

    – Larry Trupp

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 4 years ago

    wow such a neat image, so much history fallen though aww,dawnx

  • Thanks Dawn
    Much appreciated

    – Larry Trupp

  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47over 4 years ago

    Oh, I don’t know – looks like some salvageable wood there…. Excellent shot of this relic.

  • Thanks Sheila
    Much appreciated friend

    – Larry Trupp

  • whisperjo
    whisperjoover 4 years ago

    Great shot Larry! I am always surprised that I have to look at those barns! Nicely presented!

  • Thanks Jo
    Much appreciated friend

    – Larry Trupp

  • Mike Oxley
    Mike Oxleyover 4 years ago

    Great capture, Larry! Unfortunately all too common a sight….

  • Thanks Mike
    Much appreciated friend
    I will pay you a visit later today OK

    – Larry Trupp

  • Teresa Zieba
    Teresa Ziebaover 4 years ago

    Wow Larry. What a beautiful shot. It’s sad but we know they are not lasting forever. Love it my friend.

  • Thanks Teresa
    Much appreciated friend..Note: I went downtown last night and used my wide angle lens quite a bit…I will be posting some of them later on in the week

    – Larry Trupp

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 4 years ago

    Wonderful capture of this old barn!!!

  • Thanks Cee
    I appreciate your comments

    – Larry Trupp

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