Thursday, December 17, 2009

trespassing

9 comments:

Meri said...

Why does this not surprise me? Why did I smile when I saw the title of today's post?

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I must admit, I too have been guilty of this. It's just that old houses beckon you to come inside and see them.

Say It In Color said...

Hi Deb....What wonderful photos of those old walls and door!!! What is it about an old house?! ....I would have been right behind you....telling you it wasn't right....but following very close to not miss a thing!...ha! Merry Christmas and thanks for the comment!

Approachable Photos said...

What a neat shack... I love exploring places like that. You can't help but wonder about the people who lived there.

Lovely photos.

Staci Danford said...

Ok.. I totally want the green door under my tree for Christmas.. What a perfect color of worn out green.. YUMMY!!
Staci

sperlygirl said...

great shots - magic happens when we bend rules, eh? lovely photos, deb.

Eleftheria said...

All the photos are great! But I prefer the black and white one. It is a little adventure to explore an old empty house.Isn't it? What has left from the people who used to live there? Sounds, smells, objects,broken windows, doors and walls which have lost their colors... Lives... persons... The house kept all that in some way , I think. Go on your adventures ,Deb, and keep on sharing with us. Much love.

Amy said...

These photos are beautiful, and I am so jealous! The only abandoned house I have been able to photograph was being demolished, so I couldn't actually go in. I love old houses...

beth said...

a girl after my own heart....trespassing is one of the things I do best and I love it !

what great photos !!!