May 30, 2007

The Ultimate Fixer Upper

I haven't decided why I love old falling down buildings so much but there is certainly an attraction there for me. I think it may be because with the dilapidation comes age and with the age comes history. Not knowing the history I get to imagine what might have been in that old building. This is another one I found on the trip to Crater Lake.

TLC Needed

11 comments:

  1. Hi Faye, There's a little blog synchonicity going on between you and me today. Come see my dilapidated house photo.

    About living in the big house on the hill overlooking the Arkansas river - whoever lives there should surely be able to afford a housekeeper - and maybe even a butler and nanny.

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  2. on reconnait ton style tout de suite sur cette photo. cette maison abandonnée est vraiment superbe


    one immediately reconnait your style on this photograph. this abandoned house is really superb

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  3. Faye, this is pure eye candy. Love the green greens and the faded wood. So nice. Nita

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  4. Great photo! I love that rustic feel!

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  5. Just how many old barns and shacks do you have over there? Great work. Keep 'em coming.

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  6. Thanks for the comments everyone.

    Marc, I think I haven't even scratched the surface of the old buildings and barns around Oregon. I just have to drive further to find them now. :)

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  7. I'm so attracted to the old rustic buildings, wood textures and all too. The weathered wood makes a dramatic photo.
    Keep them coming.

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  8. love the silvery weathered wood.

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  9. This picture makes me want to live there. Great shot.

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  10. I too love old buildings and for many of the reasons you name. I love, love old unpainted wood. This shot is just gorgeous.

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