Archive for the '4 Seasons' Category

25
Oct
10

four seasons fenceline

Autumn

Winter

Spring

Summer

I’m throwing in this extra winter shot, because it is one of my favorites.  I didn’t use it in the series because the perspective is different from the other shots.

 

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21
Oct
10

four seasons ladder

Winter

Spring

Summer

Autumn

 

13
Apr
10

Chilicki Dance Hall

This is the dance hall that once stood on Old Highway 101 in Armstrong Creek, shown in all four seasons.  So far I have not been able to find any history on it.  The roof collapsed many years ago and it was torn down completely last year, so I am very thankful that I have these pictures.  This dance hall was just about a hundred yards down the road from the Chilicki Blacksmith Shop.  I have posted pictures of the blacksmith shop here also in all four seasons.

Spring.  (HDR)

Summer.

Autumn.

Winter.

12
May
09

Blacksmith Shop

This is the old blacksmith shop in Armstrong Creek, WI.  in all 4 seasons.  I wanted to give some history on this building, but I can’t find any.  If I ever do though, I’ll post it.

blacksmith shop hdr 3

Spring

blacksmith shop summer

Summer

blacksmith shop fall

Fall

blacksmith shop-winter

Winter

02
May
09

4 Seasons Barn

This barn belongs to a friend of mine who lives just a few miles away.  This is another of the old builidings in the area that fascinate me and I thought it would be an excellent subject to photograph in all 4 seasons.

barn-spring

Spring

barn-summer

Summer

barn-fall

Fall

barn-winter

Winter

14
Apr
09

4 Seasons Manure Spreader

This frame is all that’s left of an old manure spreader that sits on the site of an old homestead in the woods behind our house.  The following pics are shots that I’ve taken of it in all 4 seasons.

manure-spreader-spring

Spring

manure-spreader-summer

Summer

manure-spreader-fall

Fall

manure-spreader-winter2

Winter

06
Oct
08

4 Seasons, Shorty Shack

This is a little shack that sits just at the edge of the woods south of Armstrong Creek, WI.  I don’t know the history of it other than a man nicknamed “Shorty” lived there many years ago.  This shack is very small, about 12 feet wide and only about 8 feet deep, yet it’s charm is endless.  If I ever manage to get any history on this little piece of the past, I’ll be sure to post it.

Winter

Spring

Summer

Fall




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