Thursday, April 22, 2010

Old General Store And Wisteria

The itsy, bitsy town of Tyaskin, Maryland .... if you blink your eyes while driving through, you'll miss it.  Imagine our delight when we saw this old abandoned general store building, overflowing with wisteria.  At one time, we understand this was a gathering place in the town ... store, gossip, fellowship, etc.  Now there are plans to tear it down.



For those who might be tempted to enter, a homemade cardboard sign on the door reads:  KEEP OUT, EXTREME DANGER, NO TRESPESSING.    You think?



And sitting at the end of the sidewalk at the Tyaskin Post Office, we saw this rare sight .... a pay phone!


Click on photos to enlarge ... click once more to enlarge even further ... editing done in Akvis Sketch, Topaz Adjust 4, Topaz Detail 2, and Nik Color Efex 3.  

3 comments:

Bren April 23, 2010 at 7:10 AM  

Once again you've managed to capture a feeling in your images. I love how your photography creates such an emotional impact. The b/w of the pay phone is exceptional what a find. The flowers on the side of the building the way you cropped and enhanced that, fantastic.

bonnie April 24, 2010 at 11:35 AM  

I didn't remember that there was anything in Tyasking or Bivalve to see. Years ago I went with another nurse to do a supervisory visit in Bivalve -- down a side road. Then it turned to a dirt road -- it was almost scary.
I don't remember when I last saw a pay phone.
I'm trying to help Carl with the kids while Jennifer finishes up her B.A. course work -- grad. cermemony is May 21. I hope we can have a fun day soon -- I would take a day during the week except that I have taken 5 days so far to go with David to different MD appts.

bonnie May 15, 2010 at 12:31 PM  

Tyaskin is soo small you must have taken a picture of EVERYTHING that is there.
The Wisteria is beautiful......sister junebug

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