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Irishwhistler

"HORTON'S BARN" - A photograph.

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Irishwhistler

 

"HORTON'S BARN"

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I roved out for a photoshoot today to take advantage of the snow and it's interplay with the ambient lighting conditions,  I captured this image of this lovely old barn and the bucolic countryside upon which it is located.  This old farm was in me sister - in law's family for multiple generations and has now been sadly sold outside the family with the passing of her Dad and her Mom just not able to keep up with it's demands.

 

Irishwhistler 🍀

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Zoli

Great picture, it’s to bad that your family had to sell it off, hopefully the new owners just keep up the maintenance and not just develop it

Thanks for the post Irishwistler.

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Irishwhistler
3 hours ago, Zoli said:

Great picture, it’s to bad that your family had to sell it off, hopefully the new owners just keep up the maintenance and not just develop it

Thanks for the post Irishwistler.

 

Not my family - "in laws".    My thoughts are some provisions were made for keeping it agricultural.  New owners are not yet living in the 1700 's homestead  not in the photo.  Lovely piece of property for deer and turkey hunting.  I have asked me sister in-law to get me some specifics on the history and she is going to ask her Mom.  I'll post up what I discover.

 

I remember going there the night her Dad passed away, a palpable void with him not being there with the rest o' the family.  A good, hard working family man.

 

Mike 🍀

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