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Son of an avid reader of paperbacks and a manager of a photofinishing plant in Abilene, Texas.
Nice work Terrence, where was this taken?
Not to lead you wrong, Wilson, but I believe it was taken in Hill County, Texas, though could be in any of the surrounding counties. My wife and I use GPS to show us the ways through many a rural back road where we run into all kinds of old buildings. This is definitely not as old as many, as it still has a roof, all the windows appear to be intact, and there is a satellite dish affixed to the roof, but I was entranced by all the siding just peeling off the walls. That actually makes it a rarity!
– Terence Russell
Excellent capture Terence!! Did you give the recliner a try? Pop it into second gear? :)
Thanks Keith. I was a bit fearful of getting close, as it appears to be prime habitat. Plus, since it was abandoned, I suspected it was not in workable order.
Woohoohoo! Thanks a lot for the honor, Val!!!
Great Work .!!
Thanks, Vaggy, my friend!!!!
Hello Terence,,,I love this image of the old home,,,,well done,,,,,Rick
Thanks, Rick. You are a wonderful friend!!!!
Beautiful rural scene of this old homeplace and I love the colors & lighting. Every time I see a run down abandoned house like this my curiosity sets in and I am left to my imagination as I wonder what the people were like who made their life here.
I do know what you mean, Vivian! I was pretty sure this one hadn’t been abandoned for long, however, as the satellite antenna is still affixed to the roof! Thanks for the visit and wonderful comment! I do appreciate it! ;)