such beautiful old wood!
Beautiful and worn, yet still containing so much life.Welcome back to blog posting!
As a child wandering in those mountains, often the abandoned cabins would have old newspapers on the walls for insulation and old rusty cans from food and tobacco...we thought it was all just there for our entertainment. Love the wabi-sabi aspect of your post.
Wonderful term "the patina of age ". Wish my " patina of age " looked so neat.
Wonderful photo studies!And the wildflowers add a very nice touch.
The softness of these shots make them so beautiful!
Poignant when thinking of the history and the people who used to live there. Beautiful (more than that even) as pictures.
These buildings still have a beauty and a strength so many years later. In Australia white ants/termites destroy many older buildings. Wonderful light on these photos Barb.
What an interesting place to explore. I love the weathered wood, especially on the steps! :)
The flowers in the foreground just make that photo awesome! xo
Certainly needs some work.Greetings,Filip
beautiful details...taken with a lot of love, I see!good new week from me:-)
What a great series of photos. Beauty in the worn-down.
Nature is the poet of time!
Nature is reclaiming the area. Meanwhile there are tons of great photo ops! Really nice photos, Barb!
Such interesting photos!! As Anita says, still containing so much life. I too saw old buildings in our trip this summer. Some are rickety but I see the beauty in it.Tomoko
Your comments are always "one good thing" for me!