Thursday, December 11, 2008

Out Structures at Settler's Museum of Southwest Virginia

More structures at the Settlers Museum of Southwest Virginia. I was there in June 2008. Not sure what this first structure was used for. Probably just some type of storage.
First the orginal photos, then changed to Sepia and then black and white.

And onto one of the outhouses. Notice the birdhouse on the side. Guess you can be inside and enjoy the birds singing.
Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

Dorothy said...

Interesting! The first building looks a little like it could have been a chicken house. Seems like we had one with high windows like this one. I KNOW what the second one was used for! Cute bird house.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Leedra, Where in southwest Virginia??? I was born and raised in Big Stone Gap. That's a pretty area of the country --and I don't get up that way very often. Beautiful pictures. I like the B&W ones the best.
Hugs,
Betsy

Richard said...

Old buildings always look best when done with Sepia. I agree with Dorothy about the chicken house. Looks like the windows are hinged and you can see the little chicken door down near the bottom.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

An out house with a bird house,now that is cute.I still do remember the old out house,not with fond memmories,I might add.
Blessings,Ruth

ALL PHOTOGRAPHS ON THIS SITE ARE COPYRIGHTED BY LEEDRA SCOTT
THEY MAY NOT BE USED WITHOUT MY WRITTEN CONSENT
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
EMAIL: LEEDRA.SCOTT@GMAIL.COM