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Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This classic weathered barn was photographed in Jens, Powell County, Montana, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This rustic red barn was photographed at Strawbridge Farm on Whidbey Island near Langley, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This rustic red barn was photographed at Strawbridge Farm on Whidbey Island near Langley, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns and wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

The historic Lubec barn was originally built in 1926 at the Lubec Ranger Station about 7 miles south of East Glacier. In the summer of 1977, the barn was taken apart and moved as part of an historical restoration project. The disassembled barn was transported to and reassembled piece-by-piece at the Saint Mary Ranger Station in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Eisenhower National Historic Site preserves the home and farm of Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th President of the United States. It is located next to the Civil War Gettysburg Battlefield and served as a weekend retreat and a meeting place for world leaders. On ‎November 27, 1967 the site was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Eisenhower National Historic Site is located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State, and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This red barn is in a wheat field near Pullman, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This classic white barn was photographed near the Washington State University Research Station in Puyallup, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns reflected in a wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This bright red barn sits above the Green River Valley near Black Diamond, Washington State, USA.

Installed wind power capacity in Washington State has grown in recent years and the state now ranks among the top ten in the nation with the most wind power installed. As of 2016, wind energy accounted for 7.1% of all energy generated in Washington State. These turbines operate in the Kittitas Valley near Ellensburg, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural Canada like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This classic weathered barn was photographed in Barkerville, British Columbia, Canada.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This classic weathered barn was photographed in Jens, Powell County, Montana, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Thomas Alma and Lucille Moulton barn (circa 1910) sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This rustic red barn was photographed at Strawbridge Farm on Whidbey Island near Langley, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This rustic red barn was photographed at Strawbridge Farm on Whidbey Island near Langley, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This rustic red barn was photographed at Strawbridge Farm on Whidbey Island near Langley, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. These unique twin barns are from the former Brown's Farm in what is now Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. Th classic red barn has been preserved at Tolt River Park in Carnation, Washington State, USA.

The historic Lubec barn was originally built in 1926 at the Lubec Ranger Station about 7 miles south of East Glacier. In the summer of 1977, the barn was taken apart and moved as part of an historical restoration project. The disassembled barn was transported to and reassembled piece-by-piece at the Saint Mary Ranger Station in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The historic Lubec barn was originally built in 1926 at the Lubec Ranger Station about 7 miles south of East Glacier. In the summer of 1977, the barn was taken apart and moved as part of an historical restoration project. The disassembled barn was transported to and reassembled piece-by-piece at the Saint Mary Ranger Station in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. Th classic red barn has been preserved at Tolt River Park in Carnation, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns and wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns and wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. Th classic red barn has been preserved at Tolt River Park in Carnation, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Thomas Murphy barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This unique blue painted barn sits in the Stillaguamish Valley north of Arlington, Washington State, USA.

Flagstaff, Arizona, USA - September 7, 2019: The historic stone barn at McAllister Ranch is on West Route 66 in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA. The ranch has been converted for use as the city's Public Works Department.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns reflected in a wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Thomas Murphy barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This red barn is in a wheat field near Pullman, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Thomas Murphy barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This vintage red barn sits on Little Pilchuck Creek near Snohomish, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Brown Farm twin barns are located in what is now the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns and wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. Th classic red barn has been preserved at Tolt River Park in Carnation, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns and wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This classic white barn was photographed near the City Hall in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

Wetlands are an important ecosystem that are permanently or seasonally dominated by water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other bodies of water is the characteristic presence of aquatic plants adapted to the unique environment. Wetlands play an important role in the environment, including water purification, water storage, processing of carbon and other nutrients and stabilization of shorelines. Wetlands are also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. The historic twin barns and wetland was photographed at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This barn is depicted with the rugged Teton Range as a backdrop. The historic John and Bartha Moulton barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This historic barn is one of two identical barns that are from the former Brown's Farm in what is now Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. Th classic red barn has been preserved at Tolt River Park in Carnation, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This barn is depicted with the rugged Teton Range as a backdrop. The historic John and Bartha Moulton barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This classic weathered barn was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic John and Bartha Moulton barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

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