Wow- effect in your image today and yesterday!It is a perfect LOCATION for even fashion photos,- and also for filming.
Poor forgotten place...
True. I love that little house!Have a great weekend!
I love this. I see so much more!http://www.memoirsofmeandmine.com/
Another beautiful photo!!
Why have these houses been left? I can't get my head around it? Was there no family to leave the house with? Or was nobody interested? Did family build close-by and so have no need of this home? Why wasn't it sold?I just have sooooo many questions!! That looks so beautiful. I want to know the WHOLE story!
True. But I have to admit that being a Yankee (kind of) it drives me crazy when I am down south and everyone moves at the pace of a snail! LOL! I am a clock driven girl. Maybe I need to stop and smell the roses?
Where do you find these places?
Nice capture. I wonder what the back story is with this house. It must have been lovely at one point. Were your kids with you when stopped to take this pic? :)
Very nice photo!
Oh, my!! What bittersweet beauty.
poor old beauty. love those brick columns...
I hate to see forgotten/abandoned places like this...yet the photo is so charming...
Great quote and great pic. I always love clicking on your blog and listening to the music! Have a great weekend!Sarah @ This Farm Family's Life
This is wonderful ! Clocks indeed make me a bit afraid. Please have you all a good weekend.
“The past is never dead. It's not even past.” ― William Faulkner, Requiem for a NunMaybe this is true for houses as well as the "living," those for whom a clock does not measure living, anyway.
Must have been someplace in its hey day... what a porch to sit on with a good book and glass of sweet tea...
Looks like time stood still in this place !
An eye-catcher in its time I bet. Faulkner is one strange dude!
These houses.... I always wonder what stories they have to tell. It makes me a little sad and curious at the same time. Love your eye for capturing the stories we tend to miss at first glance.
Profound, and rustic beauty.
I'm amazed by the number of abandoned houses and barns you find to photograph, Michelle. Their is definitely poetry in their images.
What a wonderful shot! The greens with the cloudy effect, seems like a perfect place. So peaceful. Have a lovely sunday Michelle:)
Nice quote. It's could be so beautiful.
This would be perfect for the cover of a Faulkner's book...
Wonderful old place. Don't you wish it had been kept up.
A good thought to keep in mind when I'm wasting time...I always feel sorry for houses like this, they seem so sad, and I wonder what their story is...
Love this...so charming and rustic!
Oh dear! I bet this was a great place once.
Another wonderful Kentucky cabin. Outstanding, Michelle.
I love this shot. Look at the colors, brick, roof, flowers, sky....just great!
Wahhh.. wish someone had taken this and loved it before it got too far gone. I, too, wonder about the stories it could tell. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
I would love to renovate this place and put a desk in front of a window and drink coffee and write! Beautiful:)
That was a gorgeous home at one time -- lovely structure.
Would love to renew this little charmer.
Who would ever abandon this old charmer? I miss the country even more now.
Oh this one looks like it could tell a good tale or two! Deserted homes are so lonesome looking.