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Blown Away


How's this for a variation on my usual abandoned buildings?

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  1. And this one is not as old as some ... I say that because of the timber frame. I wonder when the settlers made that transition - from double brick to timber?

    That bluff is surely handsome, and to position a home within its lee shows a wonderful feel for nature.

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  2. As far as I know the choice of brick vs timber was based on what was the building material most readily available.

    There is a photo of the Turon River coming up later in this series that has a bluff like that ... it made for a very nice shot.

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  3. oh wow, that's great. I like the debris scattered around the building.

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  4. I can't tell how big it is but it looks like it met its match. From a scenic point of view it's a grand view.

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