All posts tagged: rural

Hidden in the Woods

My son and I stopped at this old farm site this summer because out in the the open area I spotted something I wanted to investigate further. It was only as I was walking around that I saw this old clapboard house looming in the […]

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Beauty in Decay

Last Saturday was a beautiful, bright, sunny day, perfect for exploring the countryside. I spotted a few old, abandoned buildings in my travels, but I was only able to get to this gem via a pathway. This house rests precariously on a crumbling concrete foundation. […]

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Louisville School – Aging and Forgotten

Every summer I return to this aging, abandoned one-room school to try to photograph the sense of loneliness this building conveys. Since the school’s closure, the building has been used for grain storage and for a number of years now it has been completely forgotten.  […]

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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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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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Abandoned in Rural Saskatchewan

There is something indescribable about abandoned buildings that captivate me. One day I would love to travel across our beautiful country to photograph these wonderful structures, that are part of bygone times, before they rot into oblivion. Click on the following link to view Abandoned […]

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