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Creekside House

house on a creek

Creekside House

I’ve been enjoying photographing some sites and buildings around town, in the present day though they look quite old, and presenting them in black and white or in a sepia or otherwise aged appearance. Snow works well for this, as well as the excess of midday summer sun.

This house is on the other side of a tiny little creek, but it’s only accessed from an alley and across a footbridge made of railroad ties with no railing, and I’d always wanted to photograph it from the angle at which you can’t see any other buildings so it looks as if it’s out in the middle of nowhere. Someone still lives there, and someone has lived there constantly for decades; the house is very well-kept. This access would seem an imposition today, but people didn’t used to be so particular about such things, a home was a home.

2 responses

  1. Vintage Living Magazine

    Great photo. Love historic architecture!

    July 3, 2012 at 2:43 am

    • It’s amazing how well-preserved these places are, especially for photography–thanks for visiting!

      July 3, 2012 at 2:17 pm

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