How cool. Have you ever explored it?
Nice capture!!!love the place...so cool!
Yay!! Love the rust - definitely needs new roof!
Not only did the roof rust, but the walls are coming from together!
I think I would love to fix it up! A great spot for a, um, an old house!
It always seems such a waste when I see these lovely old places. And this one is in such a great position!!! Can almost fish from the back door!Good post, thank you.http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com/
Looks like it needed a little tlc. Did you go down and check it out?
I like the look of rust on old tin roofs. This is a cool photo!
Imagine abandoning a spot like this!
50 years ago large farms like this employed many people, today only a small number of people live there. They have rescued two cottages and use them for farmstays. I have never walked down to this old place but it would be great to see renovated as the location is spectacular.
The romance of old rusty tin roofs just plays at the heart, doesn't it? Can't resist imagining all kinds of stories with this one...especially kids loving to play in shacks like these. To think that at one time it was probably luxury...
Very derelict, but nice setting:)
Lush and green background. There's been some rain lately it seems ;-)I'd love to hear about the people who lived here.(and by the way - for the wine and cheese of course you're in !)
I am a total tragic when it comes to old abandoned buildings ... always have my eye out for them when I am travelling through rural areas.
Hm, do you have any idea who lived there? I think their house had a good location. If only they were able to renovate it, their place would've looked better. I'd make a garden in front if given the chance, hehe.
I agree with you, guys! It looks like a tragic location, but it does have its own unique charm! It feels good to be with Mother Nature's company, and there are only a few places like that left in this planet. And yes, the rusty roof adds drama and emotion to the place itself. Now who says a rusty roof can't look good? :)Regards,Penelope
The great thing about working or volunteering in other country is you are able to do discover and learn their traditions and culture. It looks so easy compared to what we used to know, and it's environmental friendly. Anyway, congratulations on your new roof.Metal Roofing Company