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An abandoned farm house near Baraboo Wisconsin.
abandonment, farm house, rural, house, farm
Live like there is no more tomorrow…Love like you have never been hurt…Dance like nobody is watching…
Very lovely find. Great colors and patterns.
Another great capture! The lighting and colors are so pretty especially with the snow. I looked at this enlarged and the house appears to have been quite nice at one time and possibly could still be restored. Since some now good size trees have come up so close to the side of the house it looks like it may have been abandoned for a while. I always wonder why.
Thank you so much Vivian. All of these abandoned homes i stumble upon i’m sure were quite nice in their heyday but not so much anymore. This home here, although it does’nt show in the photograph, is very much in ruin. My photo’s titled: “Flowers Amongst the Ruins” and “The Guest Room” show what the interior of this home is like. Roofs have caved in, floors have rotted away, walls are crumbling, that’s the front porch roof lying up against the home and around on the ground in front of the home, etc. In one of the bedrooms where the wallpaper has peeled away…this old house had newspaper for insulation between the walls so i’m guessing this house is well over 100 – 150 years old. The condition of the home tells me it has definately been abandoned for many…many…many years. Why? We will never know. It’s a 3 bedroom home (2 upstairs and 1 on the main floor) so it most likely was a home, once filled with the sounds of a family. There’s a small barn still standing behind the home, the larger, main barn, caved in upon itself…so it was a working farm at some point in time. I would add ghostly forms of people around these forgotton homes i’m so fond of if i knew how to do something like that because’s what i think about when i’m standing outside a forgotton home….the people who once called these places “home” ……once upon a time……..
This is gorgeous… I’ll bet it was a real beauty back in it’s time. . . you’ve done ti proud…Rhonda
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