I wasn't really ready for what I found that day in the arid farmlands of Eastern Washington State. Was this a barn? A work shed? A drying room and for what? What can you do with a wooden barn that has been built out in a dry field all by itself with gaps between every slat on the roof? How long had this building sat empty and how was it that weather hadn't warped or caved it in? I still ponder over this years later... But the rows of rectangular spaces of shadows and sunlight gave this interior a geometric effect not often seen and I feel fortunate to have come across it.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.