Used to be

A barn or a shed or who knows what! But it’s still standing…

Well ventilated w

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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10 Responses to Used to be

  1. ChgoJohn says:

    Great pic, Teri. It’s a wonder that so much of its timbers are still there. So many old barns are stripped for their boards. Was an occupied farmhouse nearby? That’s about the only way a barn will escape the forages.

  2. Ingrid says:

    If walls could talk! I love these old buildings. I took a ton of photos of an old cabin while camped in Cottonwood AZ. I wondered who lived there? How long? DYI….old boards are used to make furniture or decorative decor……it adds a sense of history/old west character to a new structure. Very common in CO and AZ. Goes well with an antler chandelier. Yes they use antlers for light fixtures and other decor. Certainly not something we see in the midwest!

  3. This is my favorite sort of photography.. there are several old farms and outbuildings here that are in decline (in BC) and I was hoping to have time to jaunt around and do photos. This is a beautiful one, Teri!

  4. dedivahdeals says:

    Hey Miss Missy – I have nominated you for a “Very Inspiring and Versatile Award” – please accept here: http://dedivahdeals.com/2013/01/05/very-inspiring-versatile-blogger-award/

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