This blog contains pictures mainly from Troy, Bradford County, in Northcentral Pennsylvania. I hope you enjoy a look inside the beauty of rural Pennsylvania, as captured through the lens of my camera, The photography contained in this blog has been shot primarily with Canon dslr cameras. I currently have a Canon Digital 70D with a variety of Canon lenses. I also use a Fuji Finepix occasionally.
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Sepia Scenes # 38: Chew Red Man Tobacco
A painted barn between Bradford and Lycoming Counties on Route 14 South. It is actually painted a bright yellow with red and black letters, and it sits in an extremely inconvenient and dangerous spot to get a good shot, without all the power lines. It was repainted several years ago by a high school student for a service project.