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Shacked Out

On my way home today I took a longer route because there has been road construction going on our main road.  So rather than risking waiting well over 10 minutes sitting in traffic, I opted to take a longer leisurely way home.  But then I began to really notice that there were a large number of aged, weathered, and condemned sheds dotting the roads. I honestly think I counted well over 20 of them on my way.  I started shooting some of them about halfway through and chose to post this one.  It really captures what I am talking about, but also gives an idea of the road travelled and how bright and clear the day was.  August 30, 2012

 

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