Saturday, August 21, 2010

There are some places we just keep being drawn to...

... and this little building is one of the many for me. This old place hasn't been farmed for quite a while and has fallen into a sad state of disrepair. The lady that did live in the old farm house is in a nursing home a few miles away, and the property has been turned over to the family. No one is taking care of it and it's such a sad thing to see when I drive by. If the walls of the home on this property could talk... the stories it could tell. A marriage of 50+ years. The raising of a family. Fighting and laughter. And hopefully, a lot of love.

I actually stopped here to shoot this photo today because when I walked into my mother's house, she was on the phone with the lady that used to live here. My mom calls her every day, and I shared quite a few holidays with her after her husband passed away. And it made me sad about what has become of her home.

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Mending fences...

2 comments:

Carl August 23, 2010 at 8:00:00 AM EDT  

great image. I can see why you would be drawn to it.

Carl August 23, 2010 at 8:14:00 PM EDT  

I have 3 or 4 spots I can't stop photographing. I have been shooting in Harriman State Park and Skylands almost weekly for several years... I rarely come home with no winners. They are close to him and fill in the spaces between further journeys when I can't squeeze in the time.

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