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Old farm structures

The weathered wood tells of the age. Yet this building stands in the corner of a small pasture, providing storage for fodder for the stock and tools. At the moment, horses are contained here. I doubt sheep are raised here … Continue reading

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Who you lookin’ at?

Cattle are quite curious. As I mentioned elsewhere, any animal that spends most of the day with their face stuck in the ground don’t rank high on the IQ scale. Take old Clarence here. If you walk up to him, … Continue reading

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Carolina cattle and a steeple

Driving around Upstate South Carolina, one finds much evidence of the burgeoning economy by the clearing off of land for housing. Spartanburg and Greenville Counties are growing. Then one turns down another road and you wonder if a warp opened, … Continue reading

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Rebirth of a woodland

In a woodlot nothing goes to waste. A fallen tree, last years leaves, dead fauna and other detritus from past storms all slowly rot, turn into humus and become rooting material for new growth. The decay provides nutrients for next … Continue reading

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Winter fenceline

In Vermont, exposed fence lines in hillside pastures will have snow about one inch deep on one side and over your head on the other side. The wind will pick up the snow and move it across a pasture leaving … Continue reading

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Colby Road shed

One of the farm field sheds that has fallen into a dilapidated condition. A few more years and it will fall down on it own.Pen and ink on paper Studio work South Carolina 01/04/2016

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Road to the field sheds

Farmers don’t haul tractor attachments back and forth to the fields when working. Spaced about the farm acres are sheds to hold the equipment and some place to put the tractor. Fuel costs too much to be running that big … Continue reading

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Old South Carolina

Upstate South Carolina is farm country, even as it becomes more built up. Farm stands may be found at crossroads where traffic is more plentiful. Riding on the lesser traveled roads one will come across farm stands abandoned due to … Continue reading

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Rainy day shelter

All day the rain came and went as a drizzle to a cold rain. The week hasn’t seen the sun and won’t until the first of October. Can’t complain since we’re over 6″ short of normal rainfall. That doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Summertime sunset on Mt Abe

Mt. Abe is one of the taller peaks in the Green Mountains and is south of Camel’s Hump. Having this height it gets a full set of seasonal changes and weather changes during the seasons. I’ve made different photos of … Continue reading

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