Aged Homestead by ericseyes


Small (20.6" x 16.4")


Sizing Information

Small 20.6" x 16.4"
Medium 29.3" x 23.4"
Large 41.5" x 33.2"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border


  • Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut to three maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0
  • 5mm white border to assist in framing
  • Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame

Taken just after sunset, this old home has certainly seen better days, but what a great subject it makes for photographing.

The old stone foundation was settling in the back making the floor too unsafe for walking on. Holes everywhere, windows barley hanging on, and still had a few pieces of furniture left behind.

I can’t help but think how it must have looked brand new; the young couple over joyed with the prospect of raising a family in thier new home. If only we could have a climps of the past at times.

Nikon D80, 17-55 lens, 1/200, f/2.8 @17mm ISO 400


  • Lori Deiter
    Lori Deiterover 5 years ago

    Awesome Eric!!! I saw a thumbnail and thought it looked familiar!! Great job on this shot!!!

  • Thanks, it’s as if you commented before I even had it posted LOL! Ann and Matt were standing along the right edge, so I had to do some PS work to take them out.

    – ericseyes

  • Kim McClain Gregal
    Kim McClain Gr...over 5 years ago

    Wonderful perspective and selection for B & W! Nice shot!

  • Thanks Kim, I was pleased how it turned out!

    – ericseyes

  • Gary Gurr
    Gary Gurrover 5 years ago

    Great image, the colour gives it loads of character.

  • Thanks Gary!

    – ericseyes

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 5 years ago

    Gorgeous capture

  • Thaks Jeff!

    – ericseyes

  • InPort
    InPortover 5 years ago

    G’day ERIC!

    This image evokes a great sense of loss in me, mixed with a feeling of nostalgia and a yearning for days gone by. I am left wondering who lived there and what lives they led.
    This must have been a grand home in its day and even in its present state of decay there is a regal look about it – it still stands proud.
    You have chosen a great point of view to show the building off at its ‘best’ and the toning suits the subject and mood extremely well.
    Thought provoking and emotive work.


  • Wow, thanks Dennis, couldn’t have said it better myself and I appreciate the fav.

    – ericseyes

  • elisab
    elisabover 5 years ago

    This looks familiar. I wonder who else shot this one?? It is quite a quaint old house. Did a great job.

  • Thanks Lisa, there are probably 4 different versions floating around.

    – ericseyes

  • GailD
    GailDover 5 years ago

    Brilliant shot Eric. Such character in these old homes. Yes, I too wonder what tales these walls could tell.

  • Thanks Gail, If only!

    – ericseyes

  • Susan  Kimball
    Susan Kimballover 5 years ago

    Wonderful image!

  • Thanks Susan!

    – ericseyes

  • Ann Rodriquez
    Ann Rodriquezover 5 years ago

    WHAT?! You took me OUT?! I’m insulted! ;) Great job on that, it looks great. Such a neat old place. I love it!

  • Sorry :( But thanks for commenting anyway LOL!

    – ericseyes

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 5 years ago

    Fabulous find, Eric … this totally tickles the imagination. What a find … sooo sad that it was left to decay like this!!!

  • Hey Lois, I think it was a matter of self preservation, the house is slowly sinking, so I imagine the people got out while they could. Thanks so much for commenting.

    – ericseyes

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