Old Shed

© 2012 Michael Fiveson

This aging relic sits with a deteriorating roof on one side, and hardly any on the other. As it was battered by the elements and time, it has refused to disappear entirely and the remaining shell is art shaped by nature and man.

27 thoughts on “Old Shed

  1. I am so enjoying reading your blog and, although I’m sure you already have one of these, I’ve nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award. Please see my post ‘Thank You! The Versatile Blogger Award’ for more details.

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  2. Oooh I love your description!

    I see a small carriage in the open side, or maybe a big Little-House-on-the-Prairie and horses with their heads out the windows.

    And I so totally forgot to actually click “post comment” and hour ago. Yeesh.

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      • You are most welcome. I do enjoy your photography. I like that you post a single pic at a time. I, however, only do photo-blogs once a week and therefore must share! 😀 I hope you enjoyed today’s collection.

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  3. Very simple and straightforward. And I mean that in the best sense. Sometimes over-processing can ruin a shot. Looking at your body of work makes me wish I lived in your “neck of the woods”.

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    • Paul, I really appreciate you saying that. I think my work reflects many things, first being that at my core, I am a simple and straight forward guy. Also my age plays, and the things I have not learned and don’t want to learn. Too much gadgetry for example. Thank you Paul.

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  4. I love these kind of buildings… Calling me 🙂 I can live there… I can paint and make some changes too… Thank you dear Mike, it was a nice photograph again. With my love, nia

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  5. I really like this one. It looks a little like the barn/shed we acquired with our property. Ours used to be a pig sty, and is now a shed for the tractor, etc. But the roof on ours isn’t nearly as picturesque (because we replaced it with tin).

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