November 11, 2010

country metal


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photo by Donald Kinney

Well, you've got your corrugated cardboard, and you've got your corrugated roads, and you've even got your corrugated plowed fields; but for longevity and usefulness and economy the prize goes to corrugated metal, the champion of barns and outbuildings worldwide.



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photo by Donald Kinney

I didn't get around to processing this image (above) until this morning, but had I known that I liked it better than the banner shot (first photo) I used yesterday, I would have posted it as the banner.   Personally, I really like this shot -- but you really need to click on the photo for the larger version.



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photo by Donald Kinney

Skinny buildings, tall buildings, sloping roofs, cat on a hot tin roof; you name it...





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photo by Donald Kinney

You know, I can get along with old horses and blind dogs, but I am SO damn glad that I never had to raise any unruly kids.   Looks like just keeping them out of the road is difficult enough.



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4 comments:

photowannabe said...

What a terrific sign. I wish I had found that one.
I like your processed metal better too. The other one actually made me dizzy.
Glad you liked my question mark sign. It struck me funny too. I guess it was pointing to an information center but it felt a bit "Hopeless".

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I'm surprised photowannabe had the same reaction as I. I thought it was just me. I clicked on that shot to enlarge it and WOW! I hadn't experienced that sensation since the 60's.

Claudeen said...

That's why I plan to never have kids till I'm at least close to 30. Ha!

Tomate Farcie said...

Wow, the sign is amazing!

 
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