I love all of that I am glad that the wagon wheel is bolted down or wired. Too bad you couldn't see the house. Inside I mean.
The cartoon actually shows much more detail than the regular photo. how fun!!!
I really, really, like that wagon wheel. The cabin looks cool in the cartoon mode.
wow, i just love it!great detail and composition!betty xx
Love that wagon wheel. And old, abandoned, places are so neat, aren't they?
Places like this make my heart sing! If I were with you, we could jump the fence and explore!xo, misha
Looks like a good spot for unique photos.
wouldn't it be to fun to be able to explore behind the fence...
I would love to know the stories this house could tell.
I love shooting old places like this and cartoon mode is how what's left of my mind operates so I really enjoyed this.
I love these pictures; great subjects and composition.Such a shame to see it neglected like that.I love the 'cartoon' treatment too.
Wouldn't you just love to hear the story of that place! =)
Ditto what Tricia said! Old homeplaces always make me wonder about the memories left behind. Is the owner around? Maybe they could tell about it or let you explore.
I like the effect of the cartoon mode on those shots. "Sign? What sign? I didn't see any 'No Trespassing' sign. Sorry. I'll be on my way."
I love this old houses. Very nice series. Well done!
Great walk!! I think if Boom & I were there we'd have talked you and your guys into going inside. Just couldn't resist such an interesting place!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River.
That's one of the things I love about living in the country...
Looks like you picked the perfect images to use cartoon setting on. I love the wagon wheel!
I would be so tempted to trespass. I like the cacti growing under the wagon wheel. these are some really cool shots.
I like the cartoon mode better. Really a cool old place!
so glad you captured this old place with your camera. Old buildings and homes like these probably have some great stories.
We have an old home in our area and crafters have started taking boards off one by one. I think it would have been okay to look maybe but that is just wrong for them to deface property that doesn't belong to them. Your pictures are wonderful.
What a cool wagon wheel! Love thecartoon effect...
I love these pictures and stories, great work!
I love these...the editing makes it look like a postcard. Love that wagon wheel too!
i like the cartoon and the out of the camera, both are beautiful, i think the first one should be framed and hanging on the wall.
I really like the cartoon mode, good pictures.
Now that is what I call a handyman's dream! Just a little TLC and it's a quaint place. It almost makes me want to rejoin the workforce, well, almost.
What a great old place. Wonder if the owners are around. I would love to take a metal detector out to a place like that!
Reminds me of my grandparents old home. Very nice Tex, and frameable too. Wish I had that old wagon wheel!
Interesting place and nice shots. It reminds me of my great-grandmother's little cabin. She had no electricity and got her water from a rain barrel. Sure wish I could photograph the place now but it's long gone.
T, I've seen places like this here, across the prairies, they always make me think of the lives and history of the people that lived there. Someone dreams slowly crumbling
My kind of shots and I really like that cartoon mode.
LOVE IT.....i would have so totally trespassed to get closer to this....unless there was an electric fence :)
I love this place! I would seriously be tempted to break the no trespassing rule though. In fact, I kind of did last Friday, I stuck to the driveway though, does that make it okay?: )
I love both views: the regular and the cartoon.Old homesteads are so special. Just think of the stories they could tell......
What fun to experiment with different processing techniques. I really do like the funky ones...or should I say the cartoon ones. Glad you show both versions. Comparisons are always fun to make.
That is a really cool old homestead and like you I would want to get in there and poke around.Where do I go to change the way my comment page is set up? I'm not sure how to do that.Lola is getting better, but I still can't leave her because I don't want her scratching her neck wound, so am kind of a prisoner is my own home. But we still have her and that's the important thing.Love all your postings. You have such a great blog.
Very nice photos of the old place. Love the wagon wheel. :)
I really like the cartoon detail. You trespasser, you.
Sneak in their and get some photos for us. If you get caught you can just tell them we told you to.
It's such a lovely place!
Great 3rd and 4th photo. Don't you just love how computers allow us to be creative... as well as cameras! DI
I'm a big fan of abandoned places so I can see why you were drawn to this one. I always wonder about the story behind buildings such as this and can never resist a closer peak.
Those are great pictures either way!Teresa
Cool that looks like fun. B
Very nice shots. How daring are you? I want another shot of that house...from inside;);)JK:)))
Neat shots, I love the old wagon wheel.
LOVE that! Very detailed and the effect looks like a postcard!
Ooohhh sneaking pics and almost trespassing... love the results.
Love the fence and wheel. Looks like my kind of place.
Hi there - interesting set of pictures. I have a bit of a fondness for such old buildings as well, but can’t help think that they really tell us something about what is happening to our rural environments. I'm going to have to think about it, but I wonder if it’s about the lack of economic activity? So that the "countryside" has no other function than to be a picturesque place to visit (if you have the time and the money) - but not a place where people earn a living by being in contact with the land. I could be talking nonsense here, but it's what sprang to mind!Cheers - Stewart M - Australia
oooohhhh i love these!!!i am also very proud of your "almost trespassing", good work. i think you should go back & get pictures of the inside...i see a curtain pulled slightly to the side!!!i just love these old buildings, this one is definately a real treasure!!!
I wish those walls could talk. I would love to snoop around there. It's a neat place and I wish I had that wagon wheel. Love the cartoon addition...it really does enhance it all.
In a certain way the cartoon edits remind me of HDR photography because it brought out all the lovely details. Wonderful shots!
Your textured photos seem to add to the antiquity and mood. I love the way the brick, framing, and grass seems etched. I've started to fool around with some of my photos, too - it's fun!
Very neat. I love the brick chimney.
Great pics, love that last one.
I like the way the "cartoon mode" looks. It does bring out the detail. Love old places like that. So much character.
Love that wagon wheel. Your photo effects are quite nice. Fun to try different things.
Great shots, love the treatment on the first two...that old wood would be perfect for a portrait backdrop:)Tiffany
That mode worked very well with these images - really brought out detail!
Oh... go inside and have a picnic!! Bring candles and ghost stories, too!
Great shots. I love the wagon wheel.
The photo of the old homestead is the kind of shot I truly love. Like an ancient, weathered barn, these old structures can tell you a whole bunch of stories...
Great photos! I absolutely love old, weathered barns/buildings photos.. I have played with the cartooned feature much, but it does give it some great detail!!
Oh, wow, I love all these shots, but that last one is superb. At least in my opinion.
that is a great technique, perfectly suited for these captures.
The carton mode is pretty cool! I would love to buy that place and restore it! Even to just be able to have a look around would be so cool! I'm glad you 'snuck' some shots in of this awesome place!
The carton mode is pretty awesome!It works well on these photos.
I say jump the fence and take more pictures. Love the wagon wheel.
Better late than never to comment on a post. What is cartoon mode on what kind of camera? I'm very curious. I like the detail very much.
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