As someone on my Facebook page suggested, few people realize how vegetables get to market. Of course we know in South Georgia, but the wider world often has no idea. It’s a labor-intensive process, especially with “truck” crops such as watermelon, squash, and others that require hand harvesting. I passed by this busy group near Owensboro right at the moment a downpour came and sent them seeking shelter from rain and lightning.
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I’m always trying to get the perfect shot of this house. I know that sooner or later it will be gone, but it’s as much a part of Owensboro to my as any place else.
I love this old house and photograph it every time I’m in Owensboro.
For other views of this house, a favorite of mine near my hometown:
This is another local favorite, but I’ve found it quite difficult to photograph over the years. I call it a duplex for the positioning of the front doors. This style is commonly found among our remaining tenant farmhouses. I suspect it was a matter of economics for the landlord. The living conditions would have been utilitarian at best.