All posts tagged: decay

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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Coppen Road Bridge 2015

When I photographed the Coppen Bridge in 2014 during my annual visit home, the skies were filled with a smoky haze, which gave the atmosphere a gauzy effect. This year, there was one night which was clear, so my niece and I raced out at […]

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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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Coppen Road Bridge

The bridge on Coppen road was built by the Dominion Bridge Company Limited, which was a Canadian steel bridge constructor originally based in Lachine, Québec. The company participated in the construction of many well known bridges and edifices such as: the South Saskatchewan River Bridge […]

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Sinking House Boat

What a great way to spend the morning, taking a stroll on the Galloping Goose trail and stopping once in a while to take a few shots. As per my norm, I was drawn to an old,  dilapidated structure; this one slowly sinking into the […]

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