We were out driving in pursuit of abandoned and interesting old barns when we drove past these two abandoned houses right there by the side of a busy roadway. Of course this meant me getting excited and DH trying to figure out a place where we could turn around safely. Mission accomplished; he stayed in the car waiting for me as I cautiously walked down an old driveway past bits and pieces of the former residents daily lives…
To here. Quite welcoming isn’t it?
Oh, fantastic! Only one photograph??
Oh no! Just one today but I didn’t go inside and you will find out why on Thursday.
OK, I will be patient until Thursday…..
I hope you won’t be too disappointed but this house was so covered by junk in the yard and nature taking it back that I couldn’t get too close.
Oh, the dangers of exploration… And you can’t be too careful
And I wasn’t kitted for this kind of exploration as we were just driving around not knowing what we’d find.
Ooops I meant two…. And
Tanks for your memories…
Is it the last house on the left by chance?
That one was behind this one.
Watch out for that one then.
I love abandoned houses as a photographer. They have an appeal and are often very photogenic. Not always possible to find a parking spot to truly explore them so you were lucky…looking forward to seeing the rest of what you captured on this visit. (Suzanne)
I so agree with you and hope you enjoy the other images coming up.
Y tambien muy extrano!
This must have been quit a home at one time. Can’t help but wonder about the former inhabitants/
And it’s a pod of 3 homes! I’m thinking extended farming family.