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Wednesday, June 2, 2010 Posted in Appalachia
Kudzu is slowly taking over this old barn in western Sullivan County, Tennessee. This was just after a thunderstorm.
Tags: sullivan county, tn
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September 27, 2010 - 7:48 pm
Alan Sieg - Sorry to have been away so long Earl. You know - busy I guess ...
When I do get back, I look at all previous and get caught up.
Haven't said so lately, but you still continue to provide significant inspiration for some of my own pics.
You have a well polished style to imitate and strive for.
You always have new treasures for me to enjoy - Thanks /;^)
July 23, 2010 - 4:09 am
Adayak - Kudzu grows so fast I bet if you go back to that barn today it will be completely covered.
June 6, 2010 - 6:23 am
Tom Mosier - Nice one, Earl. Kudzu may have its down sides, but there is no denying that it looks exotic when it covers trees, fences, buildings and slow people with that green mantle. Kind of a cool barn, too. A shame it has been let go like that. Barns are neat buildings. We had a huge one at the farm I grew up on.
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