241. Logs

This log cabin is on the national registry of historical places in Bellevue, NE.  It was built around 1835, for more info read the sign below…




~ by Tammy on August 29, 2009.

15 Responses to “241. Logs”

  1. Interesting story, Tammy. Love the selective coloring in the B&W shot!!!

  2. Beautiful subject Tammy. Amazing it has survived this long!

  3. I love old log cabins like these. The color on this is absolutely perfect. Nicely done.

  4. A great history thanks for showing it, but didn’t Granny Moses have one just like it in the Beverly Hillbillies?

  5. I like your processing and I like the juxtaposition of this simple cabin and the soaring shrine below.

  6. I love the way you used those soft brown tones and then added just that subtle hint of color.

  7. Again, excellent treatment, the bit of color is nice against the aged wood.

  8. Great postprocessing. It makes the photo stand out and adds to the uniqueness.

  9. Its cute! I like the selective color a lot!

  10. I wish houses were still this size! : ) Just need a porch and I’m moving in! hee hee

  11. Isn’t it fun to think about folks living here, way back when? Fabulous processing.

  12. Love the subject and the processing…I see a little addition on the back. That house us really tiny! Great shot!

  13. Beautiful treatment Tammy!

  14. Love that processing. Beautiful tones. It’s amazing that people lived in this until the 1950’s.

  15. It’s hard to imagine living in a home like this when you look at the luxuries we have today. I wonder what the residents would say if they were introduced to a typical McMansion today.

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