Tuesday, June 1, 2010

In its prime

Today I finally stopped to take pictures of one of my favorite sites in Tooele County. I always admire this old home as I pass and have every intention to come back and take pictures. Today I passed it with my sister, and the setting sun made for perfect lighting. She insisted we stop, and I am so grateful we did.






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9 comments:

Buckeroomama said...

Wonderful photos! I especially love the second to the last one. :)

Happy Tuesday!

Tezzie said...

Wow...what a fabulous spot!!! I'd love to do a photoshoot there...amazing moody atmoshpere! Awesome photographs you captured! (have you tried converting any of those into b/w?? Bet they'd be great...I'm a sucker for b/w's ;D)

Thanks for sharing your 'today' :D

Sonya said...

wow fantastic shots! Im so glad you finally stopped:)

Life with Kaishon said...

Wow. I love old buildings. I love to imagine what once was. And I love to wonder what happened. These pictures tell a great story! Don't you just love the light of setting sun? Fantastic! So glad you joined up your Tuesday with ours. What a delight!

Laurie said...

Old houses and frames make for great photos. And you did a fabulous job with this one. Glad you took the time to photograph the house.

Sarah said...

So glad your sister insisted on stopping! I love the first shot. I heart old, dilapidated houses!

Angela said...

Great photos!! Isn't it awesome when you drive past a spot so many times then you actually stop and shoot it!!!

panamamama said...

Great pics! I love old buildings & especially barns. I like to imagine the people that lived there and the stories the walls could tell.

Margarete said...

Great Photos. There is probably alot of history there.
Have a great day.

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