The porch on this small cabin was probably a pleasant place to sit on a hot summer evening, but today I think you would need a helmet to feel secure.
Welcome to all. I began blogging Retained-Images in 2004 at My-Expressions.com. It is gone now.
Time looks to be running out there . .
13 Jun 2019 6:48am
it is true that in the past this old cabin was to be pleasant and comfortable (for its time).
I personally find that old stones, old buildings still have a lot to tell us
13 Jun 2019 6:50am
I think next year, this wave will no longer exist!
13 Jun 2019 7:08am
I wouldn't like to come under this roof. You always find beautiful original ruins
13 Jun 2019 7:17am
Cool formed abandonned house.
13 Jun 2019 7:18am
So beautiful ! A superb composition .
13 Jun 2019 9:07am
what a nice ramshackle porch
13 Jun 2019 9:27am
Ah, it is going to collapse. Really photogenic.
13 Jun 2019 11:29am
Yes, that wave may be crashing soon.
13 Jun 2019 2:26pm
Quel toit en premier plan en vague quelle maison de bois superbe
13 Jun 2019 4:01pm
I agree. The porch could come down at any time so a helmet would be a good idea It’s a fine subject which you shot very well.
13 Jun 2019 6:06pm
oh, my, such decay
13 Jun 2019 9:19pm
I must say the wavy formation of the roof is eye-catching as the form looks like it was purposely done. Looks like it provides a lot more shade than it used to. :-)
13 Jun 2019 9:46pm
when I saw that old shack in the numb nail section I thought to myself that must be a Harry photo and sure enough it is. Cool photo, I like it. I think I have one somewhat like that I'll try to add it for the middle of next month, I have every day booked until then.
13 Jun 2019 10:25pm
It certainly looks like it could fall down at any time but that would have been a nice shady place to sit in the summer. A wonderful image of this old house.
14 Jun 2019 2:00am
Oh,....very beautiful this old one
14 Jun 2019 12:29pm
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