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Project 365 #38

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

So… Recently I’ve been really bad about posting daily but I’ve haven’t stopped shooting so I’m going to bombard my subscribers with a bunch of photos. I don’t mean to spam anyone, I just want to post at least one photo for each day I’ve missed.

The photo below was taken a couple months ago on a trip back home. These are the skeletal remains the Meeboer Homestead barn on Highway 24 in Moxee, Wa. This farm has been abandoned for a long time. There used to be a few other structures and a windmill which have fallen over the years. Here’s a link to what it used to look like and a link to shot I took a few years ago.

Project 365 #38 - Meeboer Homestead barn in Moxee, WA

Project 365 #38 - Meeboer Homestead barn in Moxee, WA

Project 365 #37

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Another one from Moxee, WA. This is a photo of a couple of grain silos on a farm a few miles east of Moxee, WA.

Project 365 #37 - A couple of grain silos outside of Moxee, WA

Project 365 #37 - A couple of grain silos outside of Moxee, WA

Project 365 #31

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Here’s a panoramic shot of East Valley in Moxee, WA. I took this from our friend’s house on Konnowac Pass, It’s a great view, thanks Sue! Click on the image below to view a larger version.

Project 365 #31

Project 365 #31

There’s a free iTunes or Starbucks gift card to the first person that can find and show me the barn from my previous post (Project 365 #30) in this shot…

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Win your choice of an iTunes or Starbucks Gift Card

Project 365 #30

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Photos from home.

Project 365 #30 - Elephant Mountain in the Rattlesnake Hills of Moxee, WA

Project 365 #30 - Elephant Mountain in the Rattlesnake Hills of Moxee, WA

We climbed this back when I was in 6th grade. I was not the first one up but I was definitely the first one down.

Konnowac Pass Moxee, WA

Konnowac Pass Moxee, WA

This road takes me back to Friday nights in high school and I’m not the only one, you all know who you are…

Paul Patnode Barn in Moxee, WA

Paul Patnode Barn in Moxee, WA

One of the many barns that are not in use but still standing strong in Moxee, WA. I think this barn belonged to my elementary school librarian’s family.