Entering Laramie, WY from the south, we found ourselves drawn to a site of an abanoned factory…walking about with camera in hand, it was indeed a photographer’s dream. Later, we learned that factory, Mountain Cement, was built in 1927 but eventually moved into a newer facility just north of the older buildings…
Currently, it seems to be an excellent site for those who enjoy the game of paint ball as well as for graffiti artists who express their creativity with concrete canvases.
The iconic Loveland Feed & Grain, built in 1892, is a hub of artistic energy in Loveland, Colorado…well…not “is” but “was”… it is currently closed and shuttered.
Yet, recent traces of The Feed & Grain’s past can be seen at luckybrakelimited.com
Inspired by Lost in Translation’s Thursday’s Special
no one home
fallen pine needles
scattered at the door
This week’s photo challenge: Broken
Sky Above, Great Wind
Come out to view
the truth of flowers blooming
Revisiting themes during Photo 101’s weekend three as suggested by Cheri and the WordPress.com Team
The Sound of Water