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Rural Country Scenery Along Highway 52

2019-04-23 - Danville, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis.
I spotted this windmill of sorts, last year during some of my travels. I did stop that initial first time to try to get a pic, but wound up not taking any images. This year I noticed the barn, due to weathering and the passage of time had collapsed even more and looked more appealing than last year. I took some liberties with the photo in the post processing, and the large bird (species unknown) provided a nice finishing touch. This scene, while it lasts, can be viewed along the road that travels from Danville to Lancaster, Highway 52, (on the right) just a few miles out from Danville. Pic taken April 22, 2019. --ROBERT ELLIS. (c) Robert Ellis Woodworking

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