09 10 11 12
Blogging tips

Monday, March 26, 2012

More suitable for October, but . . .








Black and White Wednesday WW_KW

20 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

Love these photos! I don't like to see sad looking houses all falling in but they make great photos, especially in black and white. Love the sweet trim on the eaves. Great photos! Pamela

Pam said...

Great house. I always dream of buying a house like that and fixing it up and making it grand again. Would probably have to get rid of the snakes and spiders first though :).

Judy said...

It had to have been such a beautiful house back in the day, look at that trim. Your photos are wonderful.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Amy, So glad you visited my blog. Please come back anytime. I am enjoying ALL of yours...

Don't you wish that old houses could talk? I'm sure that some great people lived in that little house one time... Bet there were children running in and out!!!! Too bad the house is empty and in bad shape now...

Thanks for sharing and thanks again for visiting my blog. Please come back!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Gorgeous shots, Amy, esp the flower in the foreground w/ the house blurred in the background... awesome... you should hang it up! =)

Mama Zen said...

I love these! That second shot is a perfect black and white.

Kaye said...

Beautiful Amy. Would be nice to know the history of the house. I can just imagine the stories that could be told of those whose lives once occupied these old homes.

Dianna said...

Oh, I love this sweet old homeplace. Can you just imagine the love of the family members who lived here?? Just sets your imagination soaring!

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog today. I'm off to check out more of your posts. Nice to meet you! Hope you'll visit again soon!

Kerry said...

Kind of familiar looking. Perfect subject for black and white!

Mrs. Claus said...

Love love love these shots!!

Thanks so much for linking up this week!

Good luck!

Em S said...

I love these in black and white...especially the second shot!

Xmasdolly said...

I absolutely love these pics. You have such a good eye for a fabulous picture. To capture the inner beauty of an object is just talent & you so have it. Thanks for sharing. I'm s new follower & following you both ways. Nice to meet you.

Adrienne said...

These are great shots ~ and I really like them in b/w! Have you ever read a boo called the shack? This pretty, but empty, place made me think of that book.

Tanya said...

oh how i love all of these! i think my favorite is the second one with the flowers in the front and the old house just a little bit blurred! all are just beautiful!

Deborah L. Tisch said...

Great set of images. I like the last one because I can see both into the old house and through it. It has a haunted feeling.

Heidi said...

These photos made my heart skip a beat. Beautiful old houses in wide open spaces are so dreamy. Thank you for linking up this week!

Genie said...

What wonderful shots of vintage architecture. Love the house with all the detail under the roof. The shutters are pretty cool. too. Such a nice post. genie

Veronica said...

I love the old house photos!! Very nice!

Sandra said...

i truly love old homes and barns, these are wonderful, so is your photography. and your girl Pearl is so sweet

Rose said...

I love old houses like this, but feel so sad for the life that no longer resides within their walls.