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The laundry room is generally a study in functional utility: the sink is here, the drain here, some shelves there. This rural home, however, had some concessions made for aesthetics. This shot was taken at the sink, where one presumably would scrub the day's toil from garments, while overlooking a small wooded area at the edge of the corn fields. This line of green bottles provided some year-round color and perhaps the memory of merrier times.
I don't know what that orange tin holds, though. Any ideas?
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