Thursday, January 23, 2014

Lenartsville School House



Lenartsville School House
Berks County, PA

Sadly, I have to travel pretty far to see this much undeveloped space. 
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14 comments:

Mersad said...

Beautiful image Rebecca. I also like the rest on your website when you click on this image. The school house, up close looks pretty neat, and I love that landscape!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Sarah Huizenga said...

Great lone school house Rebecca. If they would just stop building new things and just use ones that are sitting empty the world would be a better, less crowded place.

EG CameraGirl said...

Open space is getting harder and harder to find, that's for sure!

Bagman and Butler said...

Absolutely spectacular.

GingerV said...

Good Morning Rebecca, nice to wake to your post. This image would be good for next week's leading lines also. Love the shot. Ginger

DawnTreader said...

As much as I like looking at views like that, when passing by, I realise that I would not really want to live in the open countryside myself.

Out on the prairie said...

A few one roomers around here, some still being used by Amish

Anne Payne said...

It sure is gorgeous and the sky is such a splendid blue!

Lisa Gordon said...

Definitely worth the trip!
This is beautiful.

Peggy Jones said...

I love the wide open spaces. We live in a small subdivision in the country. Have neighbors but within walking of plenty of open space. Mostly horse country around here.

~JarieLyn~ said...

It's beautiful. I love driving by scenery like this. It's my favorite, besides old historical buildings.

Pauline said...

Beautiful! The quaint little building, the drift of clouds across a blue, blue sky, the lines of the furrows. Speaks to me of tranquility.

Barb said...

Beautiful picture, Rebecca. I noticed the leading lines, too, as Ginger mentioned. They add an extra dimension to the image which is already a feast for the eyes.

Jama said...

That is so much space! I really envy you, my tiny island is too jam packed with buildings and more buildings.