to entice you to visit
Fine photos of abandon building people left behind when they moved on.
Hari OMYou have honoured them well - lovely mosaics! YAM xx
Betty - makes you wonder about the stories behind each one. I wouldn't mind taking that little old church building and turning it into a cozy getaway. That one building has quite the collection of moss! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!
Old abandoned buildings really speak to me. Have you read the poem The House with Nobody in It by Joyce Kilmer?
We see many over here too! I always wonder what happened. They do make poignant and lovel photos though (through your eye and camera).
Hello,It is sad to see many abandoned buildings. They need some rehabbers there to fix them up or tear them down. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead.
When you see abandoned buildings like this, you start to think the people who once lived there.
I have always loved driving around to photograph old buildings. It's good to take these photos before the places are gone. Someone's dream....! Hugs!
Happy mosaic Monday. Thanks for sharing your lovely photosMuch❤🕊❤love
If they could talk, how many stories would they have to tell us.Great Photos.All the bestMaria
Amazing buildings. Thanks for the post.
The stories these buildings could tell. I agree, your photos honor them.
We have a lot of those too on the Montana back roads. I love them and try and imagine life on their homestead. 😊 Kit
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