Thursday, January 23, 2014

Lenartsville School House



Lenartsville School House
Berks County, PA

Sadly, I have to travel pretty far to see this much undeveloped space. 
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14 comments:

  1. Beautiful image Rebecca. I also like the rest on your website when you click on this image. The school house, up close looks pretty neat, and I love that landscape!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Great lone school house Rebecca. If they would just stop building new things and just use ones that are sitting empty the world would be a better, less crowded place.

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  3. Open space is getting harder and harder to find, that's for sure!

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  4. Good Morning Rebecca, nice to wake to your post. This image would be good for next week's leading lines also. Love the shot. Ginger

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  5. As much as I like looking at views like that, when passing by, I realise that I would not really want to live in the open countryside myself.

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  6. A few one roomers around here, some still being used by Amish

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  7. It sure is gorgeous and the sky is such a splendid blue!

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  8. Definitely worth the trip!
    This is beautiful.

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  9. I love the wide open spaces. We live in a small subdivision in the country. Have neighbors but within walking of plenty of open space. Mostly horse country around here.

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  10. It's beautiful. I love driving by scenery like this. It's my favorite, besides old historical buildings.

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  11. Beautiful! The quaint little building, the drift of clouds across a blue, blue sky, the lines of the furrows. Speaks to me of tranquility.

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  12. Beautiful picture, Rebecca. I noticed the leading lines, too, as Ginger mentioned. They add an extra dimension to the image which is already a feast for the eyes.

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  13. That is so much space! I really envy you, my tiny island is too jam packed with buildings and more buildings.

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