Abandoned Home in Rural New York: A Tale in Black and White
An old wooden house stands in a quiet corner of rural New York State, a testament to time and memories. Its once sturdy, weathered structure shows signs of wear, with a roof on the brink of surrender, supported only by three iron poles. A bay window, once a portal to the world outside, has given way, leaving behind a void marked by caution tape. The white wooden facade, though weathered, still holds stories of days gone by.
A peculiar feature of this home is the iron bars on all its windows. One might ponder the reasons for such fortifications in such a serene, remote location. Was it a statement, a precaution, or simply a design choice? The mysteries of this house are many.
Contrasting the age and decay of the house, a lone plastic lawn chair sits in the foreground. Its recent make suggests a visitor, but the surrounding silence and stillness hint that it's been a while since anyone called this place home.
Each of my photographs captures a moment, a story, and a feeling. This museum-grade signed print is no exception. Hand-signed by me on the reverse side, it's a testament to the art of photography and the beauty of decay. Included with your purchase is a certificate of authenticity, ensuring you receive a piece of genuine artistry.
The quality of the print is paramount. Printed on acid-free 100% Archival Photo Paper, the archival inks bring sharp precision, smooth transitions, deep blacks, intricate details, and vibrant hues. This ensures a lifetime warranty against fading. While we provide only the image, the print does not come with a frame. And remember, we offer free worldwide delivery. If, within 14 days, you're not completely satisfied, we guarantee your money back.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2006