Baluster Heaven

Abandoned Farmhouse

Central Kansas

Mike Saunders, DSM and 4 more people faved this
  • Pete Zarria 6y

    Such fancy woodwork in a simple home. An attempt to have some style & grace in a hard scrabble environment.
  • Mike Saunders 6y

    Wonderful find! This is beautiful!
  • Joe Balynas 6y

    excellent!
  • Knight.of.Wands 6y

    this is an excellent interior shot with great lighting
  • askmikee 6y

    Nice stuff, were you a little worried walking up there on that floor.. love the folks that go inside these houses.
  • Doug 6y

    cool, the shot and the house
  • Johanna 6y

    Thank you! Many of the broken balusters were laying on the front porch stoop. At first I couldn't figure out where they came from until we climbed the stairs.

    mikee: Actually, I let my husband go first in these situations. He lets me know where it's safe to step. In this case, though, I didn't fully go all the way up the stairs. There wasn't a hand railing on the steps and they were extra steep. With my clumsy nature, I was too scared to make it all the way up and then try to climb back down with my camera equipment.

    I should have gone, though. There seemed to be a lot of interesting stuff to look at on this level.
  • Lauryn 6y

    this is good
  • Ilcaripawi 5y

    *Wonderful Image*


    Hi, I'm the admin for a group called Once was home and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Please tag your image with ”Once was home”.
  • Robert Cox 5y

    You handle portals so wonderfully and I always enjoy your images of same. The colors are always rich and eye grabbing.
  • Johanna 5y

    Thank you!
  • Ilcaripawi 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Once was home, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
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Taken on April 24, 2009
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