Thursday, March 14, 2013

Thoughtful Thursday



A winding country road
A narrow bridge
A rippling creek 
and 
A mystery building 

Put them all together and you have this photograph of a building of which I know nothing.  Obviously it had purpose, back in its day.  

Linking up with....


Madge and the Rurality Blog Hop 




35 comments:

  1. Oh I have an idea it was for people like me who just want to go sit and listen to the sound of peace and trickling water. Beautiful Michelle. B

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  2. I wonder if the creek water was somehow cycled through the building so that it was a cold food storage structure. That is exactly what I saw in one of our national parks at a pioneer village.

    Very interesting image!

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  3. Cool shot... I love a mystery

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  4. I don't know but I'm thinking that stream has moved a bit. Nice backwoods shot!

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  5. Looks mysterious to me...and I do love a good mystery.

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  6. Always enjoy pictures of rustic country building, thats a gem,love the weathered wood, Francine.

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  7. I'm with Lois and the thought that it may have been a cold food storage structure at one time..hmm. xo

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  8. Things like that always interest me. I like to think about all that building has seen in it's day!

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  9. The mood of the picture is like something out of a Grimm's fairy tale. Mysterious and a bit scary.

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  10. So quaint. And quietly sweet.
    It seems as though you found a hidden spot.

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  11. It is so well camouflaged in its spot. I just love old buildings and the wonder about their history.

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  12. It would be interesting to find out what that building was for. Especially, with it being so close to the creek.

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  13. My great-grandparents' farm has one or two of these, not sure why they are by the creek other than that is where they found a spot to put them. Doesn't sound as mysterious, but probably the reality; at least with my great-grandparents. Nice rural shot.

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  14. Everything old and abandoned has a story. Do we make it up or research to find the truth?

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  15. Whatever the little building was for, I love your photo of it!

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  16. Knowing nothing about it makes it even more interesting. Great picture, by the way!

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  17. Gorgeous photography. GORGEOUS!
    :)
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  18. Love its plain and beautiful rustic alone-ness! I need some of the boards from THAT little barn for a project I am working on! :)

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  19. I like mysteries! Especially when there's a magnificent photograph to spur my imagination!

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  20. Very cool photo, and I love the mystery!

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  21. What a pretty photo! Very intriguing and mysterious. Love the feel of the shot.

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  22. I wonder if it's possible the creek has changed course a bit over time and it once was a 'spring house.' Love it.. Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #6' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #7...

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  23. I like the textures and colors, very cinematic and mysterious; I would say ! Reminds me of scenes of the TV series now aired in our local cable-TV channel: the Walking Dead ...

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  24. We should savor this building now before it topples into the stream. Ashes to ashes.

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  25. Shed, outhouse? Poor little falling down place. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  26. Hmmm -- your post does cause some pondering. Perhaps a fishing or hunting cabin? Lovely image.

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  27. This shot should be hanging on a wall. Outstanding!

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  28. I love (at first sight) simple shots like this one!

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  29. Nice shack. Did you venture inside? It doesn't look structurally sound.

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  30. Such a beautiful place! Excellent photos.

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