Dead end job

This time the conditions let me create a cohesive set of shots of an extensive abandoned farm.


You can’t go home again

When I lived in NH, I photographed old cemeteries lot. They're some of my favorite places and you could hardly go a mile without passing one, complete with stone walls, some gorgeous gates and mausoleums. Alas, Wisconsin only became a state in 1848 and so consequently not many are old enough to have the same artistry, charm... Continue Reading →

If Walls Could Talk

Winter is a great time for showing us things we might ordinarily not see at all.  I have no idea how many times I've passed this house, but I'm sure it's dozens.  Finally the other day I noticed it.  I had to laugh though because it's about 50 feet from the edge of a pretty... Continue Reading →

Ghost Train of Versailles

Phew. It's been a "rough" four days.  Rough only in a strict first world sort of way.  I was without the internet at home for four days. Oh noes! Yeah, we had a wicked noreaster come through and dump a foot or two of snow on us.  Some got more, some got less, but a... Continue Reading →

Distill My Heart

I was in Kentucky and Tennessee this past weekend.  My husband had a seminar in Nashville on Monday and since he had to go down on Sunday anyway, we decided to go a day early and see what we could see.  Having never been to either state before it was a new experience for both... Continue Reading →

Rural Obscura

I've always been intrigued by broken-down buildings on the side of the road.  In New England they are everywhere.  Little shacks.  Barns.  Garages.  Unidentifiable buildings that make you wonder what they used to be and why they were hammered together in the first place.  Mostly they're wooden, but occasionally metal and almost always difficult to... Continue Reading →

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