After exploring the prairie behind a local elementary school with a few friends, my daughter suggested we go on a hike there together. This shot was from the first of many abandoned structures we encountered along the way.
While taking down our existing fence to make way for the new fence, I found myself looking eye to eye with this tiny spider in a knot hole.
From cuckoo clocks to Christmas ornaments, wood carvings are a popular aspect of the southern German culture. Here are three different images of wood carvings in a shop in Frankfurt, Germany. What do you think? Do you have a favorite below? Photo #1 Wood Carvings. Looking like extras on the set of Amadeus, these figures […]
Just when I was sure I’d photographed every old, abandoned barn in the County, I drove past one I’d never seen before. It was quickly approaching dark, so I made a point of getting up at the night owl’s crack of dawn (AKA 7:00 am) to go back and take some pics. As it turns […]
Hundreds of these Johnson County “standard issue” bridges can be found throughout the County, along all of the walking trails and at all of the parks. I just don’t seem to grow tired of snapping their pic. I hope none of you are growing tired of seeing them on my blog. This may be a […]
When I posted this shot of a cool, old building in Columbus, Montana a few days ago, fellow photoblogger, Cindy from Photos from the Loonybin left a comment asking to see more of the building. The shot I posted was one of the only ones I took, but fortunately I had a chance to return to the […]
Although I’ve tried, I’ve been unable to find detailed history of this building in Columbus, Montana that sits parallel to the railway tracks. My mother-in-law tells me it used to be a blacksmith shop back in the day. I’ve also heard it suggested that it used to be an old stage coach stop. All I […]