Red Barn In the Skagit Valley

I went camping last summer for a few days in the Skagit Valley in Washington State so I could take pictures of the surrounding farms and rustic beauty of the area. This shot was taken later in the day when as the sun was going down. What stood out to me was the red barn in the corner of the picture outside the area where the fog clung above the field.

Fred Gerendasy Photography

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