Where on earth the owner of those???
Guten Abend, MaryAlice, hab dieses wunderschöne Foto in Deiner Gallerie entdeckt. Es riecht und schmeckt sehr nach Holz. Toll. LIKE Gruß Bärbel
Love old stuff...Always tells a story..Regards from Long Island, New York...*Ray
Sambakar, I think it's fairly safe to assume that the owner is long dead.
Kantate, thank you so much for visiting, and for your kind and observant words. I'm so happy that you enjoyed the shot. Wishing you the best from the USA :)
Greetings, Ray, and thank you for stopping by this evening. I, too, LOVE old stuff. It just seems to draw me in, and yes, it always tells a story if we'll only stop long enough to listen. Thank you again for your nice visit, and may I wish you a lovely evening there in New York! :)
Best regards from a teeny tiny town in Georgia,
Hi MaryAlice, what a great gallery you have. Being male, this has ticked more boxes than I knew I had. The last shed interior I've seen like this was my father in-laws, that was yrs ago. L
3-Wheels, ( L)
Greetings, and thank you for visiting! I'm delighted that you've enjoyed the inside of this fabulous old shed. I can certainly understand why it would appeal to you, especially seeing that you're a man. I'm glad it brought back fun memories for you also! Thank you once more for your kind words. Wishing you a wonderful Sunday,
Belle représentation. j'aime. Amicalement. Yves.
It looks like my grandpas old workshop! before it burned down.
Thank you, Kaouyana! Your kind and friendly words are so appreciated.
Eagle, I think this probably looks like a LOT of grandpa's shops. My dad actually had a cool basement that was similar, and he would spend hours at a time down there, building and creating the most wonderful things. I remember sitting and watching him, and just loving every minute of it! :)
Thank you both for stopping by.
Ist das in einer alten, verlassenen Geisterstadt aufgenommen worden? Wo sich im Wilden Westen Cowboys herumgetrieben haben?
Grüße aus Ahlen/Deutschland
Thank you, Joerg! I am guessing that this fabulous place belonged to a man who enjoyed many hours of tedious work and accomplished a gracious plenty. Thank you for stopping by and enjoying the shot.
Best wishes to Germany from the USA,
Thank you, Stephen! :)
Best wishes to Cape Town,
As much as I may like outdoor scenes, there is something very special about these old time carpenter's shops and farmyard barns. An atmosphere and nostalgia of yesteryear that bring back memories and smells of the wood shavings, the hay, the silage and the manure, mingled with the occasional waft of smoke that drifts in from the burning potato tops in the paddock next door. And then to watch a gentle breeze blowing through the Oaks and elms casting moving shadows through the windows and across the grounds while autumn leaves are picked up in miniature cyclones and chased by the farmyard kittens …………………
Thank you for sharing your experiences, pictures and comments of a beautiful country.
Greetings from Hobart, Tasmania. Jim.
You write just beautifully. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed your descriptive comments. Are you a writer by chance? Thank YOU for sharing these words and taking me to another place in time. Incidentally, I'm so glad you enjoyed the photo as well!
Thanks again for stopping by.
Warmest regards from the USA to Tasmania,
A trade that is hard to find these days,
Wonderful B&W,☆☆☆Like☆☆☆, Greetings
from "La isla del encanto" Puerto
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