This was an old garage door I found in the town of Palouse. I wonder how many years ago that last coat of paint went on? This was is a bit of a metaphor for me, a window back in time.
The Palouse is a beautiful region, known as America's Tuscany. It's very easy to get to, by flying into Spokane, WA. June is the best month IMHO. Extremely friendly people. If you combined this with a trip to nearby Lake Coeur d'Alene in Idaho you'd have one heck of a vacation.
Tomorrow I'll be going a completely different direction with the blog.
I hope a lot of good times were had in this building, before the fall. Look at those nasty branches... Mother Nature is starting the reclamation process. Doesn't this look like one of my Cuba shots? Not this time - Palouse, WA. That's right, there is an actual town of Palouse, in "The Palouse."
Many of the barns in the Palouse are on their way out (or down would probably be more descriptive...). I guess that is why they are so photogenic. You don't get inside too many of them, so this was kind of fun.