The farmhouse continues to deteriorate. It is, in my view, beautiful in tis ruined condition.
I figured getting caught in the house might be harder to explain than getting caught in the dairy barn.
Earlier I had taken a photo of a barn window in connection with a Facebook black & white photo challenge. I liked the photo but I thought it was flawed because, while the window looked out on the house, the view of the house was not very well centered in the window. I tried to correct that problem with the following shot.
Better, I think. Often when I am processing photos from a shoot, I regret that I didn't get the shots quite right. But where I have had a chance to return to "get things right," I have more often than not been disappointed. In this case, I thought, the second shot was actually an improvement.
Here is a shot of another, now vacant, window that I also turned into a black & white.
The barn was basically empty, but there was a stack of firewood that I suspect has been there a long time, since I doubt that the farmhouse fireplace has witnessed a fire for decades.
I thought this shot worked because of the light coming in from a doorway to the side and because of the diversity of color in the pieces of wood.