© 2012 Michael Fiveson

A very old log home with what appears to be a tilted addition is a feast for the eyes.


36 thoughts on “Chinked

  1. Nice find, m5son, and a nice photograph. Great tonal values and all that, I like this photo a whole lot. The building is aging like a human body, things are sagging and going out of whack. Is that part of its attractiveness?


  2. Great place, and an even greater shot, Mike! B/W shows off all the details…like conduit (it has power), the relatively newer fence, the corrugated roof. Wondering if, at camera left, the doors led to a small ‘milk cow’ area at one time.

    This ranks right up there, in your “Best of the Best” category!


  3. Hi Mike i am writing this from inside that house and the “other people” loved it as much as i did..none of have seen it from outside..and some of them have been here since 1800 🙂


  4. There was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile,
    He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile.
    He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse.
    And they all lived together in a little crooked house 🙂


  5. Should be on the national register of historic places.

    I appreciate the amazing record of rural buildings you’re creating (in addition to giving your subscribers something beautiful to contemplate every day).


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