Back of the building magic in the form of a small shrine for those lucky enough to notice.
Summer sun, winter cold and all the other types of weather have taken their toll on the wood on this old library building. But the window glass still catches the reflection of the clouds passing by.
How long has it been since a horse was hitched here to graze a bit while the rider was elsewhere? It’s just a small, collapsing barn a stone’s throw from the old house, perfect for company to tie up when stopping in the dooryard for a visit. Who knows how long this barn will stand, or when I will pass by it again. Years of weather have done their work on the old wood and metal. It was the overload of texture that caught my eye while I poked around the old buildings. I miss getting out and about regularly and wandering among the derelict, the forgotten and the long abandoned structures, both urban and rural.
Great fixer project!
This image is from the backside of a house that was undergoing demolition. As I was getting images before the whole historic building was gone, I peeked into this section that was a late and unattractive addition and liked what I saw texture-wise. Now I wish I had gotten even more pictures, ah well.