Logging industry relic-
great photo opportunity!
A few days ago we went by this "wigwam"-
Luckily I am married to a very patient man
as he nicely stopped the car so I could spend
a bit of time photographing the inside and outside
of this lumber industry relic.
As you can see I will be back by myself
to slowly spend time making more images.
I love old rusty machinery.
Especially ones that have such history.
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Meanwhile have a super day!
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I like old and rusty too, and the stories that go along with them all too!ReplyDelete
I love old rusty machinery too. We'd have fun together.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day honey. Scritches to Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
Wow! You took a great picture. The lighting is amazing.ReplyDelete
I was once told I was a rusty machine! Apparently the best husbands are!ReplyDelete
There are so many of these rusty timber-related relics here in Oregon. Lumber used to be king here, but now electronics have taken over. I don't mind became damage from too much deforestation is still evident.ReplyDelete
Good eye to spot that! Gave you some great images.ReplyDelete
I assume that wood is not being burned in there anymore - which is better overall. And I love old rusting hulks of industry long ago. There is a feeling of honest buildings of labor that were designed for a purpose offers a style that looks good to me...nice subject!ReplyDelete
The view from inside is a great shot! Rusty old things make me wistful, sometimes.ReplyDelete
Nice shots and interesting history.ReplyDelete
My husband calls those wood kilns-wigwam, huh? There is one out here about 15 miles from my house. Never go the nerve o go in, but you've inspired me to do so!ReplyDelete
I love rust as well! Great shots.ReplyDelete
This is a very cool photo op! LUCKY YOU to have discovered it!ReplyDelete
The old structure looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
I'm glad someone else in the world feels the urge to stop to explore old things!ReplyDelete
Love the first picture. Nice find.ReplyDelete
I can't wait until I get a new card reader for my camera....How I miss composing!ReplyDelete
cool, spidery , shadows on this interesting object :)ReplyDelete
happy Valentines 2015; happy you stopped by my blogReplyDelete
The photos certainly show very different views! I enjoy taking pictures of relics too. As others have said, rust can make for an interesting look.ReplyDelete