Photo taken in Carnation, Washington USA with my Canon Rebel 450D.
This barn was part of the Hjertooses family farm in old Tolt. This historic Dutch Colonial barn was renovated in 1995 and is now a picnic shelter in the 574 acre Tolt-MacDonald park..
Prior to the white settlement of the Snoqualmie Valley in the late 1850s, the area that currently serves as Tolt-MacDonald Park was one of several large permanent wintering villages that the Snoqualmie Indian Tribes occupied along the Tolt, Snoqualmie, and Raging Rivers.
Development of the park and campground first began in the 1970s, as the vision of Boy Scout Council Chief John MacDonald. In 1976, as one of the nation’s largest bicentennial projects, more than 20,000 Boy Scouts spent some five months constructing campsites, picnic tables, and shelters. The suspension bridge was also built at this time by the Army Reserves 409th Engineering Company. Tolt-MacDonald Park was dedicated upon completion of the project, in June 1976.
Canon Rebel 450D Xsi
Tamron 10 mm – 24 mm lens
Focal Length 10 mm
Base Exposure Time 1/40th Second
Photomatix HDR Fused 6 exposures, 1 stop brackets