Nameless (as far as I know) random, abandoned barn next to the road in the Palouse region of Washington State.
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Some 25 years ago, give or take, I bought a poster of Louis Stettner’s Brooklyn Promenade. It is the only photo poster I ever bought and I still have it. It hangs in my wife’s and my bedroom. I love the old NYC skyline and the subject, who is perfectly absorbed in his own reverie. […]
Some of the barns and farmhouses — both active and abandoned — in the Palouse have well known names. Not this one, as best as we could tell, so this is just the abandoned-barn-outside-of-Moscow-Idaho-but-still-in-Washington. Happy weekend all.
One of the running jokes on this trip concerned how I brought 8 cameras (9 if you count my iPhone). Five of the eight were film cameras with different features or film. And this is why. It was worth it in my mind. I love this shot, taken with a very compact yet extremely effective […]