Rural landscapes: derelict

DECAYING HOMESTEAD, NEAR PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA, CANADA

I plunged deep into the archives and when I resurfaced, it was with this gem from the 1990s. I photographed it with a medium-format film camera (thus the squarish format) in harsh light, but with a pretty good sky. I understand that building was also used in a movie or two. Not sure if it’s still standing. Pentax 6×7, Fuji 220 slide film (ASA 50), 45-mm. wide-angle lens, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Old House

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