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Shed on Helltown Road
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17-FEB-2005 Cheryl Hawkins

February 17, 2005
Shed on Helltown Road

I took the long way to work today!

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Guest 19-Feb-2005 00:35
Hope someone was holding it up while you took the shot!
Lee Rudd18-Feb-2005 18:37
What lovely looking countryside.... great capture of a building that has some character.
Si Kirk18-Feb-2005 13:59
Damm your trip to work is better than mine nice colours
Neal Nye18-Feb-2005 13:51
Such incredible green, the perfect compliment to the reddish rusty roof. What a find!
Guest 18-Feb-2005 13:46
Nice place and beautiful green. Looks fantastic!!!
Karen Stuebing18-Feb-2005 11:26
Oh, this is a wonderful old building. And well shot. I think everyone should shoot these when they see them because eventually, they'll be torn down.
laine8218-Feb-2005 09:36
Love it Cheryl, what a find...Helltown, now there's got to be a story attached to that place !!
Guest 18-Feb-2005 07:31
Beautiful, love that green!
Guest 18-Feb-2005 06:23
THAT is the most beautiful green I have ever seen!!!!!

(You would NEVER find the green M guy in there!!)
Gary Winters18-Feb-2005 02:38
GREAT shot! I love it!
Steve Pepple18-Feb-2005 01:23
What a cool name for a road and to have this shack along it. By the way, Hell, Michigan, is only a few miles from my home.
Guest 18-Feb-2005 01:10
Helltown road....makes your imagination work :) Great shot & interesting subject!
Dave Wyman18-Feb-2005 00:39
Guess it's been a while since I lived in the nearby area and would occasionally visit Helltown - there WAS a town, back then, and this was a well appointed gold rush domicile.
jude18-Feb-2005 00:34
ahhh the long way... good idea.. this is a great old building. Your next mission - should you choose to accept it - is to get right up there. Private property? No trespassers? whatareya chicken? lol
Coleen Perilloux Landry18-Feb-2005 00:30
This is so well done; it's as though I could walk down the hill into the shed.
Gayle P. Clement18-Feb-2005 00:22
Great shed! I love that velvety grass.
Breland18-Feb-2005 00:21
I love pictures of this type of old buildings.
markvm18-Feb-2005 00:18
Nice image, Cheryl. Did you use Capture One to do a raw conversion?