There is a farm in North Carolina that caught Tom Fuldner's eyes as he drove to work many years ago. It is a 40-acre farm that was used to grow tobacco and raise cows, and at one time it flourished. Now, the tobacco and cows are gone and all that remains are the structures—which include a row of white buildings used for storage. This is exactly what appealed to the landscape photographer. Landscape photography comes at a price, however. Fuldner explains that some mornings are a total bust, waiting for the red sun to rise over the hills only to find that the
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