For the last three weeks I have found myself exploring and photographing late 18th Century buildings which include houses and barns. Thankfully the areas I have been visiting have lots of old buildings to see. I have included two photos that I have seen. The first photo I was told by the owner that his grandparents used to live the home in the early 1890's. Now with the second photo I'm not to sure if it's a chicken coop or not, but one side had no wall and the building was small with a height of about 5ft high and width of 4ft. If you know what this building was used for please comment below.
More photos of buildings and structures like these can be seen here at this LINK.
I captured these photos some time ago, around last year, but I just had to share these with you and what happened that morning when photographing some animals.
One morning I went to take photos at one of the local parks of all of the animals that roam about there. Well, I found these two very cute squirrels in a tree and I happened to have some nuts for them so I start tossing some to them and they both take them up the tree and eat them. Well, one squirrel was a faster eater than the other and it decided to run off and do something else while I gave more nuts to the one that stayed with me. After a little while I look back at my car and what I see is two little squirrel feet below my car and I realized that I forgot to close my car door, so that squirrel was looking for some more nuts, in my car!
Tip of the Week: Always keep your vehicle closed at all times when photographing wildlife because you just never know when one of them will go look for more food.
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