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    ZoeRuth, pablitoblue, Un-exposed, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Shabbir Ferdous 114 months ago | reply

      nice shot :")


      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    2. Jon Southcoasting 114 months ago | reply

      Interesting rural architecture, nicely shot!

    3. stranded_starfish 113 months ago | reply

      The shape and hue of the clouds in this shot make this look like a romantic painting

    4. nimrodcooper 113 months ago | reply

      freaking beautiful rendering for this perfect bit of Ohio! Were you shooting 220 film that day? Jaci, please geo-tag this (that flickr map thing) I want to ride me bicycle there. please! please! please!.

    5. Focht 113 months ago | reply

      Great gravy! That's an awesome barn!

    6. Jaci Sue 113 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone!
      And Scott, I was shooting 220 (backwards) and you are very welcome.

    7. shila.wilson 113 months ago | reply

      Great subject matter. Love the barn, the composition. Totally adore the alternative photo processing!

    8. achuka 113 months ago | reply

      nice fence and beyond photo - like the colourtone

    9. Ben Rains 113 months ago | reply

      Why there's a whole group dedicated to deliberately shooting film exposed on the wrong side... www.flickr.com/groups/redscale/

    10. bemjjg 113 months ago | reply


    11. moveSHiFTstay 113 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photo. And interesting architecture!

    12. Saintbridge [deleted] 113 months ago | reply

      What a helluva barn! Love the approach here; I would have done so many things differently (all digitally) before I ever hit on this treatment. Makes me want to just put my camera down. Beautiful.

    13. nickihem 103 months ago | reply

      I used to see this barn every time I looked out my bedroom window and across the field. Thank you for taking me back to this shot of East Road in Elida!

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