This log home was built in the early 1820's. It resides on a large farm in our county.
Cute! We used to rent a log cabin that was built in 1862. It had been added on to of course. It was fun living!
This is beautiful -- did you apply some texture? Just lovely! :)
I'm no gardener, but this and the video clip was interesting. Great old log house.
Nancy - I did apply a texture to this photo. That is my newest thing I like to work with.
I love it...Is it still being used today at all for anything?
must have been beautiful in its heyday. i see chicken wire across the front to keep folks out i suppose. :)
I love log cabins. But...1820's could be a bit too...um...classic for me. Unless of course, it's been remodeled with all the amenities a girl requires: e.g.: indoor plumbing, high ceilings, over-sized kitchen, laundry room etc.
Judy - The owners told me they lived in it quite a few years ago while working on the historice home that is a part of this farm. Currently it is used for storage.
Having worked on a few of my own log buildings, I just love that photo. Thanks for sharing.
This looks more like a painting than a picture...great shot.
I really like the way you applied the texture..I am fairly new to photography, I will need to check this out.
That's our retirement plan. To find an old house like that and fix it up to live in. I'd rather it be an old barn, but the husband isn't on board with that.
What a beautiful spot that the house sets in. Such a neat place.Lovely Photo.
This is one picture I wish came with more words... there's gotta be a story there.
I feel like I can hear birds chirping looking at this picture. xo
~~~~~ beautiful....your cute....teddy getting in some tanning...made me SMILE :-)thanks for taking the time to drop by....kary and teddyxxx
Farmchick -- this shot is lovely -- the composition and tones set a mood of serenity -- barbara
that is an absolutely gorgeous photo..great job! I hope you print and frame it and hang it in your home! Beautiful:)
I like the composition and the light, another painting-like beautiful image!
I truly believe you should write a book, and each chapter can be a story told by one of the houses/buildings you have photographed! I just love all the hidden history lurking in each picture!.
You always amaze me with your "thoughtless Thursday's"I always look forward to what picture you will come up with...Love it..shug
The wood must smell, taste and feel incredible in the sun's light.daily athens
that is a nice ol' log cabin. Beautiful pic.
I Love that picture. It says "peaceful" to me.
Love, Love that old house. Lots of character!
Beautifully composed and textured picture.