A View Into Southern Minnesota

Extreme southeastern Minnesota is characterized by beautiful rolling bluffs and miles of lush green farmland.  You can drive for miles and miles and see nothing but old family farms and your occasional horse drawn buggy.  This heartland also holds an abundance of beautiful abandoned houses, left untouched by partying teenagers and local graffiti artists.  These images are just a few of those locations, caught on a perfect fall day in 2015.

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3 thoughts on “A View Into Southern Minnesota

  1. Rich Lewis December 29, 2016 / 5:54 AM

    Your photographs make me want to take a tour of Southern Minnesota. I always find these old farms very sad places because their family histories area abandoned along with their houses and barns.

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  2. allie March 22, 2018 / 11:39 PM

    could you please tell me the area you found some of these in?! i live in southern mn and am a photogragher. my email is allieelynnn@yahoo.com hopefully you see this

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