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Years ago when I lived in Tennessee. There was almost no public lands. anyway I would see this old wagon far off the road in the field as I would go too and from work daily. Knowing this was private land, I put a letter of interest in mail boxes along the road for about a half mile. Many months later I recieved a call giving me permission to take images of the wagon. I was given a day and one hour to shoot my images of the wagon. Knowing someone along the road was watching me was very uncomfortable. I used the hour and moved on. I never could figure out who owned the property. In Tennessee you tread lightly on another's land. So I call my wagon Patience.

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Additional Photos by Jimmy Blackwell (jimmyjimmy) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 695 W: 170 N: 1150] (4638)
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