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You'll never run out of power again! If the battery on your smartphone or tablet is running low... no problem. Just plug your device into the USB port on the top of this portable battery charger, and then continue to use your device while it gets recharged.
With a recharge capacity of 5200 mAh, this charger will give you 1.5 full recharges of your smartphone or recharge your tablet to 50% capacity.
When the battery charger runs out of power, just plug it into the wall using the supplied cable (included), and it will recharge itself for your next use.
An abandoned shed or small barn sits in ruins along an Onslow county North Carolina backroad. Its metal roof is rusting and its wood is rotting. This... more
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An abandoned shed or small barn sits in ruins along an Onslow county North Carolina backroad. Its metal roof is rusting and its wood is rotting. This forgotten building was likely an important part of a family farm. It is now being reclaimed by nature. This county road lays between Swansboro and Jacksonville NC. Scenes like this are common in rural areas.
I've always been a bit of an adventurer as well as being fascinated by the art and craft of photography. As a boy my folk hero was Daniel Boone. When on family camping trips I'd often go hiking where I'd allow my young imagination to run crazy with images of being an early colonial explorer blazing the way into the unknown wilderness. As an adult my activities have included hiking, kayaking, spelunking, wreck and cave diving and other adventurous outdoor experiences. I always feel drawn to see what lies down that old dirt road, hides behind the next hill, or awaits further down the river. It's been said I suffer severely from the Star Trek syndrome: "To boldly go..." My photography is simply an extension of my thirst for knowledge, desire...
In addition to the banner, I am adding this more permanent recognition of its FEATURE on the homepage of A TREE OR TREES IN BLACK AND WHITE. I try mightily to feature only images that would be at home in a juried competition. No doubt that this image fits that bill. CONGRATULATIONS! And consider adding your image to DISCUSSIONS "Please post your featured photograph here" for greater, long-lasting visibility.
Debra and Dave Vanderlaan
Nice silver tones in this image Bob! Congrats on your Feature in Barns Big and Small. We also added our like. Celebrate life, Debra and Dave
Great Work L/F
Joseph S Giacalone
I like this B&W capture
Wonderful work in black and white! LF
It is my pleasure to inform you that your AWESOME photo is FEATURED on the HOMEPAGE OF "SHOWCASING THE SOUTH GROUP"! L Please add the photo to the 2021 “FEATURED IMAGE ARCHIVE THREAD.” Thank you for participating in the group.
Congratulations on being featured in the FAA Group ‘The Outdoor Photographer' To ensure your feature remains available over time, post your featured images in the Group's 'Thanks for the Feature / photo archive
Amanda R Wright
Nicely captured Bob, great to learn the history of these rural areas.