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Garden Park One Room School
Garden Park One Room School
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Challenge: Historic Landmark -- The Old & The Beautified (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Challenge Photos
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS
Location: Red Canyon Road
Date: Jun 29, 2014
Aperture: f/8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/125
Date Uploaded: Jun 29, 2014

One of the first school houses in Fremont County, located in the ranch lands along Red Canyon Road. The house was built with adobe bricks and originally had a stucco siding. The west wall actually separated from the rest of the structure and has been rebuilt.

Garden Park School

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Place: 87 out of 94
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07/06/2014 11:09:12 PM
Looking at the school houses in this challenge I am reminded again & again how much they resemble insane asylums. Or prisons. This one looks like solitary confinement of someone very dangerous. More dangerous even than a 4th grade teacher.
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07/06/2014 04:29:23 AM
Nicely composed photo.The top front looks a little like rattle snake skin. Everything looks so real.
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07/06/2014 02:57:22 AM
this must have a few stories in it looks like it is an old country one
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07/04/2014 06:45:13 PM
Wow, schools have certainly come a long way since then! Interesting find.
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07/01/2014 08:00:03 AM
Nice subject and like the detail above the brick. There is a halo along the roof line, the electrical wires in the sky on the left are a distraction and the main subject, the front of the building is a bit dark. It might have been better to shoot this at some other time of the day. Could not help but wonder what might have been possible with this building at night using flashlights to do light painting.
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06/30/2014 03:15:43 PM
Looks like the side light was a little harsh, and working against you. Earlier (or later ) in the day and a little more light on the front of the building may have helped your exposure. Alternatively, a more angled shot, taking in some of the side of the building with the light on it.
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