Found these barns near Bradley International Airport in Connecticut:
Posted March 4, 2016 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Black&White, Connecticut
Tagged with Architecture, Black & White, Black and white, canon eos 7d, Connecticut, photography, Tobacco
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Perfect shots for black and white, Lutz. Our valley used to have many of these farms – the tobacco leaves were specialized for wrapping cigars. Many of the kids I grew up with had summer jobs picking tobacco. Now few tobacco farmers are left and sadly, the barns are falling to ruin.
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