Sunday, June 22, 2014

Falling down is a part of life {Sunday In My City}

Brandon was taking a Photo and Design class his High School Junior year.
While taking photos for the class, we happened upon an old stone farm house that has been long forgotten and left in rumbles.
I wonder who lived here? What was the family like?
What did the home look like in its glory days?
I suppose falling down is a part of life, but I couldn't help but feel sad for this old stone house.

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13 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. I suppose falling is as inevitable as the rising that happened before. Yet, it's still bittersweet to come upon ruins, isn't it?

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  2. Hope they had a good life....

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  3. It is sad. Your photos of it are beautiful, though.

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  4. Awesome photos! I love coming across old structures and wondering about the past.

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  5. Very cool, and kinda sad. I bet if that house could talk, it would have a lot of stories to tell!

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  6. this is the exactly the type of thing I want to get out and photograph!! awesome pics my friend. I love things like this - old abandoned barns and buildings fascinate me. the stories locked inside: just imagine!

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  7. Me too! The past fascinates me.

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  8. Thank you Vidya. I'm sure there were many happy memories!!

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  9. I think it's sad to have a beautiful structure no longer cared for and fall apart like that.

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  10. Yes, I agree. I have always been curious about old buildings and sites from the past.

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  11. I'd love to know the gossip!! =D

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