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Created 21-May-13
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The images in this gallery all have buildings as their primary focal point. Most include interesting landscapes too. The types of buildings vary from medieval castles and cathedrals to modern skylines.

I recently made a trip through the midwest. What a great opportunity to photograph covered bridges! I've added a couple and will be adding more - hopefully, soon.

You may notice that I am fond of barns... if you know of any picturesque barns, please let me know. I'm always on the lookout!
Drenched Brookdale BridgeFoggy Autumn BarnDramatic Philips BridgeCountry Covered BridgeHeading Through Phillips Bridge1876 Indiana BridgeSunrise reflection of a beautiful large horse barn.I bleached this image of a barn in the fog.Pumpkin season! Sunrise at a nearby barn.Sunset at a wonderfully painted barn near La Veta, COBarn near my house at sunrise. A little snow on Longs Peak adds a nice contrast.Taken from the inside of an abondoned 19th-century adobe home in Ledoux, NM. Notice the reflection of the green grass in the window frame.Downtown Denver skyline at dusk. Image taken from Diamond Hill looking toward the east.The textures in this image really caught my eye. I wanted to draw attention to the door so I left the color in it. The textures in the adobe barn come through well in monochrome.The Fisgard lighthouse in Victoria, BC. I saw a photo from the 1870s of a lighthouse like this and loved it. I wanted the same effect.A headstone forms the foreground for a ruined Spanish Mission in the Purgatoire River valley.The back side of a ruined Spanish mission as thunderstorms roll in.Barn latch at the Rourke Ranch in southeastern Colorado.The bottom corner of an adobe barn window. The building was built in the early 20th century. The building hasn't been in use since the 1980s.The upper corner of the window from a 100-year old chicken coop.

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