ALL ABOUT BUILDINGS: OLD BUILDINGS, BARNS, SHEDS, HOUSES

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge:
All about buildings: Old buildings, barns, sheds, houses

Old building make great pictures. They aren’t nearly as much fun when you live in one, though. There’s only so much architectural admiration you can give your house before you yearn for effective heat and good plumbing. Toilets that flush and windows that open and close. Doors without rotted sills. Maybe even a garden which hasn’t run completely amok. Still, old buildings make great photographs.

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Categories: Antiques and Antiquities, Architecture, cee's photo challenge, Gallery, House and home, Photography

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7 replies

  1. Old buildings do make beautiful photos- the snow only enhancing them!

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  2. Marilyn, you have some wonderful old buildings for this week’s theme. Thanks so much. 😀

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  3. Really amazing slide show! I love old buildings and have had a lot of fun doing my amateurish photography around here. Lots of old barns, a real Pioneer cabin that’s been preserved, and lots of old houses. I heard tell that one of my grandmothers was fascinated by architecture, and she passed that tendency down to me and to at least one of my cousins. We could spend days just wandering around Oooing and Ahhhhing over old buildings. Thank you again for sharing those you’ve encountered!

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  4. I love old houses that are still livable. I live in one, 81 years old, built by my family in l939. Fortunately, it is still (knock on wood) going. After the l994 earthquake, I had FEMA come out to inspect the house. After one of the inspectors crawled out from under the house,he said, “Whoever built this house really built it!” That was encouraging to hear. The only damage was that the chimney fell down, but so did they all in the neighborhood.
    I hope we can survive another one.

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