When I start and finish a trip a lot of time I will drive the interstate. This comes down to two things and both involve family. The first is that I start to miss them and I get all of those wonderful thoughts telling me to turn around, what if something happens to them, what if something happens to me, is this really worth the time away from them, and so on. The interstate gets me to my locations fastest and once I start shooting all of those thoughts and worries melt away and I am in a zone.
The second reason is the same as the first except I start missing them again and the interstate gets me home the quickest to them.
But in between the start and the finish I do my best to avoid interstates and barns like this one are the reason. I see hundreds of barns on my trips and you better believe I am taking a hard look at each one of them. Most get passed on by but occasionally there is one that is just sitting in the perfect place begging to be photographed. This gem of a barn was one of those discoveries. It is also something you cannot photograph from the interstate
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