Monster in the Corn Field
North East Indiana
Old Horse Barn
Seen better days.
Old Farm House on Route 6, Indiana
This mansion of the past housed a very well to do farmer and family. Now in disrepair and being re built from scratch.
Cows taking a rest on a rainy day
This “T” shaped barn is for multi use by present day farmers.
Silos with no tops.
These silos no longer are used for storing silage for milking cows.
The Lonely Tree
This tree is out in the middle of a field used to grow grain and hay. This farmer must have some historic or family reason to keep the tree.
Water Color effect on old Farm Home
One of the many old Farm Family homes still being used in the 21st Century.
Old Grist Mill
This mill is now a state owned historic museum and still grinds corn and wheat as it was done in the 1850’s
Old Barn on Route 6, North East Indiana
Route 6 in Indiana is called The Grand Army of the Republic Highway.
Old Family Barn
Now be saved for Family traditions and historic value.
Abandoned Grain Elevator
Old Barn on Interstate 55
Located near Mile 112. At one time this was used to store hay and grains.
Old Barn in Syracuse, Indiana
On Route 13 near the intersection of Route 6. Photographed in Digital IR - Black and White rendering.
Color Infrared image on Route 13
Old Round Barn on Route 13.
Photographed using a camera converted to Infrared.
16 Sided Round Barn
The barn is still being used. Originally to house milking cows.
Historic Barn wood being saved
Every board from this barn is being carefully dismantled and saved for modern architectural uses.
Beautiful day on the farm.
Near rural Syracuse, Indiana
First Signs of Spring on the Farm
The pond supplies water for feeder and milking cattle. Syracuse, Indiana
Steam powered Tractor Power
Used for a demonstration of thrashing wheat from the early 1900s. Sycamore, Illinois.