Gradual Goodbye (Spring architecture trees ). Photo by Vicki
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Gradual Goodbye

Uploaded by: Vicki

Thursday May 3, 2012

Verona, WI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I love this old house, I pass it often and watch it slowly fading into history.

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4. Vicki
4:21 PM GMT on May 04, 2012
Thank you everyone, it does make you wonder when you see these old places what they were like in days gone past.
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3. ksmom
12:19 AM GMT on May 04, 2012
I'm with the two previous commenters..
so sad..
here in the city, not many of those survive the bulldoziers.. out in the country.. the same.
beutifully captured for posterityu!
a 10 from me!
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2. windchimes1
9:50 PM GMT on May 03, 2012
Great shot. We have so many of those around here too and it truly is so sad. You have to wonder about their history.
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1. beanhead
4:04 PM GMT on May 03, 2012
Sad, but beautifully presented!
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About Vicki


A self-taught photographer that was taught to see the beauty of this place I call home and to tread upon it lightly. I consider myself lucky to have grown up among the towering bluffs that surround the Wisconsin and Kickapoo Rivers. My favorite past-time has always been getting lost in the wooded hills and valleys of southwest Wisconsin. I have always wanted to share what I saw and felt in these places and photography opened that door. I work hard to capture the essence and emotion that come over me when I visit these places. Please enjoy my state.Vicki France

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