Thursday, September 6, 2012

Howell Living History Farm

I love when living history is authentic.  


When I don't see plastic tubs and cans of cola lying about 


and when the tools of the trade were the tools of the trade.


I like to imagine what is was really like all those years ago...


without a dishwasher, refrigerator, washer and dryer. 


And then I am thankful I have those modern things...


and  I am only left to imagine what life was like without them. 


It is hard enough for me to lose electricity for a few hours!

The day I spent imagining at 
Howell Living History Farm, 
Lambertville, NJ

8 comments:

  1. Just to let you know, I think you are a truly gifted and remarkable photographer. I always love your stuff even if I don't always mention it.

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  2. love the all, of course, and I agree with Mark except I have told you many times. have a great week.

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  3. I love to do the same things! I find history fascinating! Your pictures capture the depth of field VERY well!

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  4. I have learned so much from you and all the others. Your tutorials are so well done and I can follow them.
    Thanks
    QMM

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  5. Fascinating photos with stories to tell!

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  6. Beautiful composition and color in both the shot of the chicken and the pail hanging on the S hook. All your photos are wonderful but those two are by far my favorites.

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  7. the rusted fence links are fantastic!!

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  8. I'm finally catching up from last week. That chicken shot blows me away. As Mark says you are a truly gifted and remarkable photographer.

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