Photographer's Note

Post # 1700

I still remember capturing this scene early in the morning...because I had to sleep in my car overnight. I couldn't find any housing, so I had to improvise.

It was a difficult night in my car. I decided to drive around in the early morning before sunrise, hunting for a great subject that would be illuminated by the warm glow of the sun.

This is what I found, another abandoned home, with lots of machinery and rusted out parts, roofing etc...In the bg is a huge Glacier, directly behind the house.

I know this isn't everyone's idea of a great subject, but for me, I can't get enough of them.

And in case you're wondering...NO, i didn't go looking around inside the house. Why? because a family is living in a newer home on the same property, not that far away. I assume these homes are passed down from generation to generation, and at some point they just let them rot away, while building a new home. I have to respect the families property, I wanted to go inside, but I couldn't bring myself to do so.

In the WS is another angle of the abandoned home, its not a main post because its in the shade. Hope you like these

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