On our Texas history road trip a couple of weekends ago, we ended up at Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site. In addition to a replica of the building in which the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed, the site also features the Barrington Living History Farm, a small farm worked by the hosts who use the same farming methods as would have been employed back in 1836. The hosts were fantastic and kept pretty strictly in character.
Here we see a small storage building and one of the farmer/hosts hurrying by to bring the animals in as the farm was about to close to the public.
Sweet sepia treatment Dave, looks like a great place, and yes to your question on the 8-15 lens
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Beautiful antique look of subject and processing, Dave. Nice one!