A couple of encounters with people while out photographing rural decay. I lived to tell the tale!
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →