Octavius Simpson 2

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Black and White, Fine Art, People, Rural Decay

Here is take two of Teavie’s place. I have been itching to photograph this haunting kitchen with my new camera since last November. I finally got the chance in August when we returned to the Mervin area in northern Saskatchewan to visit family.On a completely different note, I want to take this opportunity to stress the importance of writing meaningful content for one’s posts and “keywording” photographs posted to the web. As a result of doing so, a lovely woman from Australia found my post and contacted me earlier this month because she is researching her friend’s paternal family tree – the Simpson family from Edinburgh, Scotland.

With the help of my mother-in-law, Reta, we were able to send them information about Octavius and a handful of photographs too, which I posted as well.

5 x 7 fine art greeting cards, featuring the image titled Teavie’s Kitchen are available for purchase at Café Paris in Gravelbourg, SK and on my online shop. Click here to shop online.

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Entranced by rural and urban decay. I am drawn to these forlorn sites because they emote conflicting sentiments of beauty and disintegration.

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