Wooden Barn


I don’t know why, but for some reason I have always been interested in old wooden barns. Their shape, colour, design, their age, and when you consider the effort that went into building these things in some cases many decades ago, to me they are very interesting. One of the first personal projects I worked on when I returned to photography as a career was to follow a family owned and operated farm just outside of Parkhill. Even though I live in a city, and always have, and, still drawn to the farm life and living outside of urban centres and I expect it will always be a part of my photography. You can see more work like this on my archive website here Rural Gallery

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