brooklynarchitectThe Amish color palette.
- brooklynarchitectThanks @rudedogg93
- sawlivingCongrats, powerful pic!
- movableCongrats on the feature!
- brooklynarchitectThanks @attorneyboydodom @sawliving
- brooklynarchitect@movable Thanks!
- ranmarcelloOhh ..the horses are gone..remains a wonderful photo!!
- brooklynarchitect@ranmarcello It was Sunday so the horses were off.
- ranmarcelloAhh..and men also..than no#whpstrideby
- brooklynarchitect@ranmarcello Exactly. Rule #1: Never visit Amish country on a Sunday - everything is closed.
- milafaam@jaumh e @maugusto2 , lembrei de Sophia.
- maugusto2@milafaam muito legal. Cadê os cavalos?
- milafaam@maugusto2 , ouvi dizer que estao em horario de almoco.
- mattdevoreI live in Ohio with many Amish families as neighbors. These buggies look a lot different. Is this photo from Pennsylvania or New York?
- brooklynarchitectThey all look like this in PA Dutch Country @mattdevore
- mattdevoreThe ones around here are typically not fully enclosed. They have a solid roof, sides and back but the "doors" and front are just open. They have blankets.
- mattdevoreAlso, no mirrors and the lights are sometimes little non-electric lanterns although sometimes they are electric. About an hour ago, I saw two boys flying down the road in an uncovered wagon. We're in the middle of a snowstorm. It was pretty funny.
- brooklynarchitect@mattdevore Now that you mention it, I do remember seeing a couple that were more open up front.
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