The Broad Side [#104]  - Click for previous

This is a common sight when driving down a class B road in Southern Ontario. There are several different types of barns that have served their purpose decade after decade. They withstand all types of weather, in all types of seasons. Some have stored animals, and some hay. Whatever their purpose actually was, they seem to be slowly wasting away. The farmers that at one time took care of them and kept them looking like new have either aged, or passed away. Unfortunately, the new generation has no interest in small local agricultural work. This is happening all over North America with all the original trades. I'm not looking forward to the ripple effect of this.

Camera: Nikon D50
Lens: Nikkor 50mm F16/1.4
Exposure: 1/160sec at F16
ISO: 200