Sepia Saturday: Project Abandoned

 For Sepia Saturday this week, I’m featuring a photo from my Idaho archives.
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In  July of 2013, I explored the woodlands at my husband’s ranch in McCall, Idaho. I went deeper into the woods than I’d gone before and found this wonderful remnant of someone’s handiwork, long abandoned. I found out later that my hubby’s three sons had made a few “forts” around the property, when they were younger. I’m guessing this one didn’t get very far before it was abandoned for a more exciting project.

Even though this isn’t completely sepia toned, I think it qualifies for Sepia Saturday. The like the hint of green accenting the sepia trees.

As always I welcome comments on this or any other part of my blog.

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I urge you to visit Ruckus the Eskie to see other marvelous sepia images.  And feel free to join the hop!

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14 thoughts on “Sepia Saturday: Project Abandoned

  1. Ruckus the Eskie

    Ooo thanks for linking up to Sepia Saturday blog hop and sharing this fun photo of the abandoned project. Such a fun mystery find. I wonder if its the same fort that they were attempting to build! See you next Saturday. .if not sooner!

  2. Oz the Terrier

    I think I left some color in my sepia photo this week too. I like the little bits of green; it freshens up the photo. I feel like this could be anything if you use your imagination…an abandoned fort, a hitching post….even that meat hanging thingy Sand Spring talked about. Love it.
    Oz

  3. Meghan Post author

    Thank you Jessica. I fell in love with it the moment I saw it a year and a half ago. It’s been in my now husband’s family since the mid 1930’s.

  4. Meghan Post author

    Thank you! Originally I wondered if it was a hitching post. It’s at the perfect height for it. But it was way too far into the woods.

  5. Sand Spring Chesapeakes

    Beautiful photo, when I first looked at it and you said it was from Idaho it looked like a meat hanging pole. We would do something like that in Colorado when we hunted elk to hang our meat on so the animals left it alone.

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