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Old Structures Inside and Out

Old Structures Inside and Out



Old Structures Inside and Out

Photographing and exploring old structures inside and out is exciting.  There is nothing more thrilling than driving up on an old barn or structure that captures my attention. Well, except old vehicles 🙂  Some of my old building finds are located in the country and many times, right smack dab in the middle of a city.
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Wheels

Wheels Rusty

Wheels

Collection of old vintage wheels, I love to photograph anything rusty, dusty and old.

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Window of Opportunity

Doves flying out of an old church dormer. Photography art prints for sale.

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Life’s up and downs provide windows of opportunity to determine your values and goals. Think of using all obstacles as stepping stones to build the life you want.

–Marsha Sinetar

 

The things you go through in life, they make you.  They shape every fiber of your being.   Today, things have settled down. When I look back, I see why I have a greater appreciation for wildlife and nature. Neither ask anything of me, or judge. Peace and quiet.  Centered by nature.  A place I can breathe.

 


All site pics are only web quality. High quality pics available for sale.

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Tins Signs Advertising

Tins Signs Advertising

Tins Signs Advertising

Tins Signs Advertising Americana photography. Old advertising signs, old kitchen tins & additional vintage and rusty, dusty & old stuff I find.

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Rusty Goodness

Rusty Goodness

Rusty Goodness

Rusty goodness photography collection. I’m attracted to photographing anything rusty, dusty and old.
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Old Vehicles

Old Vehicles

Old Vehicles Collection

The Midwest is full of old farm properties and what I like to call the back 40. The back forty acres was just a place to store junk. That junk now treasures to few. Old vehicles, trucks, cars, and modes of transportation.

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