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The Faulkner family lived on this property for over 100 years before it was purchased by the UC Hansen Trust.
The house, built in 1894, is an outstanding example of Queen Anne style architecture and is listed on The National Register of Historic Places.
The imposing red barn was originally built in 1886.
Recently restored with great care.
It was destined to be a prop for a film.
It’s role in the film was to be burned down!
However common sense prevailed, the scene was cut and the barn survived.
Amazing capture Ray!!!
Thanks for sharing!!
A very good shot Ray ,excellent composition ,interesting note too, well done.
Interesting note and exellent shot dear Ray!
You got my Y* for this nice picture.
Ciao Tom my sunset
What a great catch, I love it! Thank you Ray for your comment too! LOL! Greetings from California, also!
WoW!!! Good image!
Cheers, ¤-¤-¤ NATALIA ¤-¤-¤
Very good shot, beautiful photo !
Yes,yes, Okay...in Januáry to vote...
Catchy man, very nice photo!
All good wishes,Gabi
Hi_Gabi_, when I saw this guy with lots of character. I asked if I could take his Photo, wish I had taken more.
My very best wishes to you for the coming festive season, Ray
Very nice capture Ray ! Beautiful shot. Thanks for the interesting note.
Greetings from Romania, Dan
Good picture and good history, greetings from Barcelona, Jordi
What a splendid character! A fantastic photo and an enviable technique. It surely deserves my vote. Kindest regards. Fernando
A wonderful wide portrait, Ray! Very interesting your explicative note too.
Voted with conviction! Ciao, PiGí.
Voted, happy new year. Jordi
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Best regards from Russia, ¤-¤-¤ NATALIA ¤-¤-¤
Very interesting Rai! Luckily this house was saved instead of burning! Howsoever it seems me like an old Amish house, is not it?
Oppss, forgot, The Y*! Mimi
beatiful and nice foto!
greetings from bulgaria!
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Photo taken in Ventura County, CA, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location