My house is falling down, but I discovered this morning that it is falling down in pieces, not in one solid lump. This is good.
Our shed really is collapsing and Owen is planning to take it down. What we will do with all the stuff inside it, I have no idea, but the roof is so covered with green growth if a branch falls on it, it will cave in.
Our shed does not make much of a picture. You can’t really tell how badly off it is. It looks okay, but it isn’t.
Old barns and old trees have the most interesting wood and wood bark. As wood weathers, it gains character. The old barn in some of these pictures was all about the wood … and the old handmade windows. The trees are all about their bark. I thought at least one of these looks like an Ent. Maybe you can guess which one.
The Blackstone Valley is the perfect place for this challenge. Abandoned mills and factories, old barns ranging from total wrecks to beautifully restored. It sort of describes the area, a summary of our history.
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