Tuesday, May 25, 2010

wordless wednesday #180


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24 comments:

Fireblossom said...

Whoa! It's the little log cabin I was born in! We were so poor, we had to stitch our own clothes together out of dandelion fluff. In the winter, we had to get up before dawn to go hunt snipe, or we went hungry. I still have my old snipe hunting sack. You don't suppose Mama made all that up just to get me out of the house, do you? ;-)

Daryl said...

Wordless maybe but it inspires words .. like maybe haunted but still worth exploring ... logs .. split planks .. those windows are staring at us ... the weeds form a mouth ... its going to swallow us alive .. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh

or not

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic! and while it needs no words, it does indeed bring many to mind -- words and questions! Have a great day!

Sylvia

Carver said...

That's a classic. Great shot!

Dave said...

You're really good at this, that photo really tells a story.

Titanium said...

Theis house has eyes... it really does!

caite said...

small windows..it would be dark in there..

very nice indeed.

eileeninmd said...

It is a classic shot! Beautiful!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

We used to travel by car in the summer quite a bit becasue my Dad taught school. On long road trips I loved seeing these kinds of ancient tumble down buildings and had a game where I claimed each one I saw as my own,

alicia said...

This is such a great shot. I love rustic pics in b&w. I'd love ya to drop by and link up.
alicia

Mama Zen said...

Oh, yeah? Well, we had to strategically rub dirt on ourselves to cover our nakedness. And, in the winter, we had to get up before God to hunt jackalope!

colleen said...

The walls have ears....and eyes and a hat! http://looseleafnotes.com

LaLicenciada said...

The image conjures up so many questions and so many feelings... It kind of makes me feel sad.

Thanks for posting!


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Li

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GrammyMouseTails said...

I love old buildings and the history they hold! so many we have found since we moved here have already fell into earth... only a few we has a chance to capture. My 1st visit.
Happy week! Faythe @GMT

napaboaniya said...

Cabin/Shed?
Makes one wonder what's inside....

catsynth said...

Great old building - and I like the monochrome tone. I could see being inspired to do a series of images just based on your one shot :)

I have a monochrome this week for WW, too:

http://www.ptank.com/blog/2010/05/wordless-wednesday-coffee-cup-on-the-patio/

Joyful said...

That's a beautiful old cabin.

Marlis said...

Cool shot, This photo is perfict in b&w

MommieOnTop said...

Great shot! It's eerie and classic at the same time. :D

Here's my WW entry for this week.

Happy WW!

RobMonroe said...

Great shot - love the black and white.

Vixen/Apron Frenzy said...

I love old wooden buildings like this. And the black and white so accentuates the feeling of the place

susie kline said...

Oooo, makes my imagination run wild!

Jenny said...

Oh wow that is such an awesome house. Creepy yet... interesting. Makes me wanna go esporing ;P

Mariposa said...

Love it! The house looks interesting but quite creepy. ;)

I'm a bit late but here's mine:

Mariposa's WW!