You might recall the photos of Nile and the old house and church, well on the way to Nile there are old houses and shed/barn they have been demolished thank goodness and crops are growing.
Photos are of the old places.
Gusta ver estas edificaciones antiguas, así no se olvidan como eran. Gracias por compartirlas Margaret. Buen domingo. Un abrazo.
Was pleased that I'd taken photos of them, because last visit past there they are gone!
These are beautiful wooden houses.Beautiful photos in black and white.Greetings Irma
Glad you took the opportunity to photograph these buildings. They look fabulous in b&w.
Thanks Bill. I'm glad I took these photos too. Always nice to know what was there once. Thought black and white was fitting for old buildings.
I am glad that the crops are now growing - and agree about the black and white photography.
Good crop out that way. Thanks EC.
I like the old houses in your B&W photos! They've been demolished for a good cause - growing of crops.
Canola was about to come into flower where the house were, so a good thing the farmer was going it, and the paddock looked so much nicer without the falling houses there.Thanks Duta.
La casa ha experimentado un cambio espectacular.Besos
That's for sure, now lovely and clean.
I love the old photos. I am collecting ancient photos of my city to see how it has changed year after year.
I'm interesting in the old photos too. It's amazing how things change over time. What you are doing will be wonderful when you get it all done, but then it's never finished I suppose.
I love those black and white photos!
These beautiful wooden houses look great in white & black photos.
Such nice photos
The photos work really well in black and white.
Old buildings are much better in monochrome and these were wonderful to see, Margaret. Nile looks like it was quite an interesting place in earlier times.
I should imagine more people lived there back in the day, and yes, a busy town I expect.
Me encanta esta bella serie de imagenes antiguas...Un saludo, amiga
Thanks. I'm wondering how many others have taken a photo of these old houses that are not there now.
Glad that most of the old houses have been demolished and crops are growing. The hold houses look better in black and white.
The land is productive once again after the houses have been removed..Thanks Nancy.
Фотографии похожи на старинные)И всё-таки жаль, что дом снесли.Это же чья-то память.
It is a pity but the houses were left to ruin unfortunately. I expect the old folk moved elsewhere, someone bought their land and didn't want the houses, or maybe they owner left the land to their children and they didn't want the houses..
It's good to get those pictures when you can. You never know if the old buildings will be there next time. A much photographed old house in north central Oregon was lost to a wildfire a couple of years back. I still see it used in ads. I'm glad I got my pictures....
Agree with you, it's all part of our history no matter where we live.Interesting to see that ad with the burnt down house - that is even worse to have a burnt house burn to the ground.
It is very fortunate the you took these photos of the old buildings now that they have been demolished.
I'm pleased I took these photos Rosemary and I wonder how many others did or may have..
Lovely photos, Margaret! :) I love black and white pictures very much!Have a nice day! :)
Thank you Mari, I rather like black and white photos too but don't do it often myself manly because I forget to :)
Your photos are very impressive and poetic.
There is a certain sadness in seeing places deserted like this.
Reminds me of a generation gone.
Excellent Use Of The BLK & White Feature - Enjoy The Week Ahead Cheers
Those old, black and white photos have a very special charm.Happy week,Best regards.
Мне тоже нравятся фотографии старых домов - печально, что они разрушаются. Но даже в этом разрушении есть своё очарование.В своём сообщении сегодня я публикую старое фото острога, в котором отбывал каторгу писатель Достоевский.
It is sad when old house are demolished, it's a another generation of people gone I suppose maybe be many generations.I'll visit your post :)
Gosto muito das fotos e lugares que posta.elo dia bj
Thank you, I'm pleased you like them.
Beautiful place Margaret!think of families who lived there.Great B&W photoes
Thank you Anita. I'm a bit like you think of the families that grew up in those houses.
Super old places, if only walls could talk as the old saying goes :) Great photos Margaret!
Thanks Denise, wall could tell a lot of stories.
Let the crops grow...
That's what I say Catarina.
Hello MargaretSuch places always arouse curiosity and have their rich history, deserted and quiet, and once bustling with life. You could say ... something starts sometime and has to end sometime.
That's so very true.
Muito interessante estas fotografias.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Las fotografías están muy bien. Besos y feliz tarde.
Thank you Teresa.
As others have also said!These photographs work so well in black and white.All the best Jan
We only had black and white once :)
Thank you for calling and your comment."No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." Aesop