© 2012  Michael Fiveson

Bathed in brilliant afternoon light, this curious store front screamed at me. Set amongst grain elevators and peeling structures it was most curious and out of place in a tiny old town. I do not know what it is, as I just continued my slow trek through this old town.


40 thoughts on “1466

  1. It almost looks fake, like a building you would use when building a fake town for a toy train to go through. Love it!


  2. It’s lovely! I love the tiny window above those huge doors. Makes them look even bigger. By the way, it’s good to see the door ho is back on track. 🙂


  3. i think the building and doors screamed at you to take this terrific photo, but i like the actual look of it, the colors, the lights, the design – it has a friendliness to it.


  4. This one is absolutely intriguing. What a find, Mike. Something about this building’s facade fascinates me. Somebody knew what he was doing. The aluminum siding is new as are the doors, etc. It’s totally urban-looking. It has the same effect as NYC lofts with the plumbing exposed. Cool


    • It was SO out of place in a very old agricultural small town. It really did scream at me, but it is cool and I have no clue as to what it might be. Thanks.


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