Friday, August 27, 2010

Framed in Photohunt




I have just discovered a photography meme called Photohunt. The site host suggests a new theme each week and asks photographers to submit pictures that represent this theme. When I heard that today’s prompt was ‘Framed’, I knew just which pics would be my choice.













My husband and I are repeatedly drawn to
buildings that have been emptied of their
people and their things. The resulting spaces
revert to silent, moody shrines that resonate
with memories of days past.







When we came across this small house on a sunny day, I was fascinated by the way
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its many windows framed the overgrown yard outside.
Against its pale empty walls, each window seemed to turn into a kind of art piece.
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Bereft of people and trashed by passers-by, the house still managed to hang on to a
quiet dignitiy and a unique kind of beauty that soothed me, and made me grateful for stopping by to visit...

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To view more 'Framed' photos, do visit Photohunt at the link below..you're sure to enjoy the visit. My great thanks to out host!
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15 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Oh my, you have found the PERFECT connection for showing your photos. I love these views through windows. The yard looks so untamed and wonderful, I want to LIVE there! Green out every window. This is SO COOL, Lynette! Just lovely. Now you and your camera will be even more on the hunt:)I cant wait to see what comes next!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

You've been breaking and entering again, haven't you?!

Lynette Killam said...

Hah, Debra...you got me! Mind you, there wasn't actually a sign forbidding us to enter,so technically that doesn't count as trespassing, right...:)

magiceye said...

brilliant takes on the theme!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

What neat shots! I agree with Sherry Blue Sky. I'd like to live there just to look out. :-)

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.
Su-sieee! Mac
This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.

sammawow said...

Oh, this is such a brilliant take on the "framed" theme today! It reminded me of some photos I took of a small building at the Arboretum here!

jams o donnell said...

r take on this week's theme. Welcome to the Hunt!

Kit said...

Such wonderful photos! You have quite the "eye"! Kit

Annie said...

Welcome to Photo Hunt! This is a unique and wonderful collection of images. Look forward to seeing more of your photos. Happy weekend!

Katy Cameron said...

Oh what fun! There are some fab abandonned cottages in Ireland, I love getting to sneak in with my camera when I'm over there

Maya said...

Great photos! I think I would be too scared to enter an unoccupied building. Welcome to photohunt and thanks for stopping in at mayarn.

Janine said...

Love it! you have an eye for it..thanks for sharing this cool looking photos to us..

mine is here:

http://moms-journey.com/2010/08/28/frame.aspx

happy weekend

Greyscale Territory said...

Your silent moody shrines contain some fascinating framed windows and scenes! Delightful!

jmb said...

Fantastic photos for this theme. Welcome to Photo Hunt. I'm not a great photographer but I have been posting for this for over three years! 164 Photo Hunt posts.

Have fun and enjoy your weekend.

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