Making Old Old Again

There are some things I go to see

And when I see them

I want to see them

As they were.

Not as we made them.

Making Old Old Again

So I made old, old again today.

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32 thoughts on “Making Old Old Again

  1. Nicely done! I think this sentiment could also be said of some of these celebrities who have become plastic surgery disasters.


    • Oy! There is such a thing as aging gracefully. I do find myself seeing old buildings that are sagging and falling in and I wonder about their life. And the life they used to have. Then there are those old and stately buildings that remain in fabulous condition because they were so soundly built to begin with. But people were never meant to last like that. Some buildings were. People….not so much.


  2. reocochran says:

    I like seeing things worn and rugged, while I do think bridges which are new, their wood still smelling fresh makes me happy, too. I love the old fashioned way this photo makes me feel, Colleen.


  3. Mustang.Koji says:

    You have gotten very, very good!


  4. Cynthia says:

    I agree. We have a lot of old homes where I live. Some of them are bought and renovated so much that they look new and overly fancy. I like your picture, it has a nice, lazy afternoon feel to it.


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  6. Is that a covered bridge Colleen? I love covered bridges! ❤
    Diana xo


  7. niaaeryn says:

    I love history and old things. This is beautifully done. 🙂


  8. markbialczak says:

    You are getting very good at this photograpy displaying, MBC. Awesomeness. 🙂


  9. The black & white really adds interest. I appreciate the “old” in almost anything. Maybe that’s age speaking. 🙂


  10. April says:

    I love the bridges you must have in your area. Nice photo!


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