(the hobby farm where i grew up and where my dad still lives. thanksgiving day. film: polaroid 600, exp. 10/09)
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i can imagine all the fun games that were played around there…
great photos (as always)
That looks like an absolutely wonderful place to grow up.
this feels familiar. it seems that rural minnesota is quite similar to rural kansas. i want to play in that first photo, and climb those wooden stairs to that small opening!!
i love the sunlight and all that chopped wood. go dad go!
i love it. memories …
Beautiful! And I agree, feels familiar to me too.
i’m just playing catch up today so had a bit of reading here today (hope you were able to get those leaves up despite the snow!).
your HOME photo series are quite magical. i hope we will get p3, p4, p5…
great to chat with you last night-thanks again for being my rock. xx
Seeing the pictures brought back a lot of fun memories!
Beautiful posts. Both of these. That afternoon light is just magic.
i would love to visit your homestead. it reminds me of all the time i spent at my grandparents’ house. pulls at me in a happy but wistful way.
bloody hell, mate. that’s a gorgeous place.
What a wonderful farm. Love that you still have access to it. Must be inspiring.
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