One of the many things I learned to appreciate during my many visits to New Mexico is the beautiful blue skies during the day and the multiple of stars at night. Along many ranches in New Mexico you will happen across a windmill or two. Many are still in working order. Some have been replaced by solar.
Looking through an old rustic truck’s windshield in Silverton, Colorado, Pam McCoy, photographer, captures a glimpse of the Silverton Mountain lying under the majestic blue sky with puffs of white clouds.
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All You Need Is A Roof Over Your Head
This photo of a rustic home was found along the streets of Silverton, Colorado back in 2011. Green grass and yellow dandelions welcome you to the rickety old front door. Brittle leaves have found a resting place along the siding of the house.
Rustic Home With Character
This house definitely has character. Old rustic wood of different color, shapes, and sizes. What once were windows, are now boarded up for additional resting places for spiders and leaves.
If These Walls Could Talk
If these walls could talk, what stories do you think they would tell? Did a family live here? What was their occupation? Was this a summer retreat? Who built it?
What story comes to mind when you see this photo? Please comment below.
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Driving along the roads of New Mexico you will find many cattle ranches with unique barns and homesteads.
These buildings have so much character. You can tell the three buildings were built at different times by their shapes, various roof lines, and brick work.
Ranch photographed in New Mexico by Pam McCoy, photographer.