All posts tagged: kitchen

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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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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Kitchen Sink

The kitchen in Sooke’s Moss Cottage was the center of the house. Not only was it used for the preparation of food,  it served as a washing room for laundry, and a place to wash oneself too.  Its shelves were stocked with the items used […]

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Mixing Bowls and Lace Curtains

THE MODERN HOUSEHOLDER‘S list for “cheap kitchen furniture” in 1872 included a few of the items on display in the Moss Cottage kitchen:  one deal table (deal was a name for a cheap wood, often a low-grade pine) and a yellow bowl for mixing dough […]

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Moss Cottage Kitchen

Wednesday I had the opportunity to photograph the interior of Moss Cottage, located on the Sooke Region Museum grounds.  These images are just the beginning of a series I will be posting about this quaint historical building. 5 x 7 fine art greeting cards, featuring […]

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Octavius Simpson

I captured the images of Octavius Simpson’s abandoned home on a balmy summer evening.  This man known as Teavie, was born October 31, 1899 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He made his voyage to Canada in Spring 1921. In 1945, he purchased the  picturesque piece of land […]

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