Friday, June 8, 2012
I have decided to photograph Ohio barns this summer. There are so many in the area. Some in good shape others not in great shape or deserted. All of the barns above are on working farms.
I took these photos in Amherst Ohio, about 40 miles from where I live. That day I was on the hunt for fresh cherries. There was a farm in the area that had wonderful cherry trees. After getting lost, and finding all these wonderful barns we arrived at our destination. There are very few left in the house now.
I like to support local farms as much as possible in a climate that gets below zero in the winter.
Well I hope you enjoyed looking at these barns as much as I enjoyed taking photos of them.
Please do not Pin my photographs. Thank you.
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