You are probably scratching your head and wondering why I'm posting this old barn foundation. The answer: because I LIKE it. And I like the snow-covered weeds in front and the evergreens in the distance. The old foundation has secrets. How can we make it divulge what it knows?
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Saturday, January 17, 2009
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- EG CameraGirl
- East Gwillimbury is a rural town less than an hour north of Toronto, Canada's largest city. My family calls me CameraGirl because I take my camera with me wherever I go.
I like what you say about this picture, so many tales to tell and yes winter can be so beautiful!
I can see from your post that we like this type of photos for the same reasons.
I have spent a lot of time at old fallen-down, backwoods homesteads, trying to picture what they looked like when someone lived there, and to speculate as to whats those persons thoughts and dreams were.
I say we wait for spring thaw and bring a metal detector... :)
I often wonder what stories old buildings have to tell. This one surely has a story.
I like it, too. This type of photo, or even painting, draw me right in. Great one.
I would search the area with my metal detector. That surely would bring up hidden secrets. Interesting picture.
I see Judi has the same idea. We have detected many an old foundation and found so many treasures. None worth much, only to us.
If you find a way to make the walls talk, please tell me! I always look and wonder what kind of life they have observed, and have the people they have known been happy or grumpy, hardworking or lazy. Just so much I wish I could step back in time and see.
It is a super shot, EG. And you like it and that is why we take pictures. Do you know any of its secrets? MB
I don't know any of its secrets yet, MB. But I do drive past it often so maybe I'll stop at the nearby house one day to see if anyone there knows.
Oh, I think it is beautiful!!
EG: Oh the stories that foudation could tell. If there was only a way to let it.
that is SO cool -- I LOVE it!
Yet again, I really do like this one.
LOL! Liking it is a good reason as any to post it. I think shots like this do raise pondering questions. That's a good thing. :-)
You these things, I have read twice, for me, this is a relatively rare phenomenon!
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