All posts tagged: rural decay

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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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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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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On the way to Rosetown

For eight years I have driven past this abandoned farm-yard off Highway 4, as I was making my way from northern Alberta to southern Saskatchewan. Finally this summer I stopped in and photographed the place. As a sidebar, I have had these images printed into […]

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