All posts tagged: abandoned

Scott’s Old Place

I saw this house hidden behind a stand of trees of an abandoned farm-yard, this past summer, and of course had to check it out. I actually had my husband back up on the road to get a better look at it before getting out […]

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Lonely Old Caboose

This old caboose is out in the middle of the prairie sitting atop a frame-work of what looks like old railway ties. It is a peculiar site to come upon this abandoned rail car where there are no rails in site. Perfect for me and […]

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House with a Pink Kitchen

I love photographing these old abandoned houses. They exude so much character. Unfortunately this character comes with a price. Many of these derelict structures are unsafe to enter, so I must resist the temptation to obtain a better angle and photograph their interiors from broken […]

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Baby Robin

This baby Robin fell out of a tree at my parent’s and was hopping around the back yard. When my son first discovered it, the baby’s parents were nearby chirping away and swooping in. Later in the afternoon, I assume they abandoned their offspring, as […]

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Melting Barn 2014

If you click on the link below the image, you will see what a year has done to this old barn. The roof has a few less shingles and is now resting on the ground beside the barn. The old structure is leaning even more to […]

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Abandoned in Rural Saskatchewan No. 2

I had the opportunity to shoot this abandoned house a few miles from my hometown of Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan again this past summer. It looks like the place has succumbed to the elements since the last time I visited, as the roof of the veranda has completely fallen […]

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Octavius Simpson 2

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 […]

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Welcome Curlers

As part of our tour of the Big Muddy Badlands in southern Saskatchewan last month, we stopped in a tiny hamlet called Big Beaver.  As our group shopped at Aust’s General Store, I walked over to the abandoned curling rink armed with my camera and […]

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