It was Laura Ingall's art studio!!Yeah...that's got to be it.Beautiful beauty of a photo, okay I'm redundant..
Ahhh, the old building pics have returned. I am happy.It could be a tool shed/pig barn. A lot of old farms would let their pigs run loose (hence the wild pig population in America) but always leave a door open for them to hide from the weather and predators. When it wasn't pig season, tools and equipment would be stored in the buildings instead of carrying them all the way back to the main barn. Just a guess.
Whatever it is, it's beautiful in its decay!
might be an old house. we have a lot of them in KF. one room wood slat houses used by the people who settled the area.
it is stunning!
thats cute and beautiful before maybe the owner used that for vacation but now its old and no use already...
I don't know, Faye.... but it looks nice although it is old!
So happy to see the old rustic buildings which I think are one of your trademarks. Great job.Perhaps its a guesthouse for unwanted visitors..guess that wasn't very nice but its the first thing I thought about.Maybe its the home for the Pigs I have on my post. Sam suggested it could be a pig barn...
You have some beautiful photos of a part of the country that I won't get to see any other way. Thank you!
superbe cette vieille maison. j'adore les photos de l'intérieur this beautiful old house. I love photos of the interior
Hi Faye! It's me again ;)I have a little gift for you over at my blog - whenever you have a moment.
i love these old buildings.... and this one has seen better days, for sure.... it really stands out, the colors are strong and the lighting sets it off nicely... maybe it was a smokehouse.... i like Sandy's suggestion.... Laura Ingall's art studio.... :)a striking photo faye, i enjoyed!
I still make it a point to send cards and letters to friends via snail mail. Your buildings would make a wonderful card collection!