Otter, right now I'm sitting in my camper in Grant Village Campground in Yellowstone. The heater is blasting because the temps are supposed to be down in the low 30's tonight and I just got home from work (rode some 30 miles on my motorcycle) so it's bloddy cold. I understand about the dog hair thing, I was just messing with ya.
Back to Architecture shots. I was thinking we were only supposed to post one shot for everyone to vote on, and this was very hard for me. Cindy and I spent 2 full days in the Vigrinia City and Nevada City Ghost Towns, and I had this assignment in my mind the entire time. I also headed up to the town of Mammoth Hot Springs and went over to the Old Faithful Area because both of these area's have so much historic Architecture. But I think in the end, I liked the stuff from the Ghost Towns
I know there isnt anything all that special or the photography is something I'd win any awards for, but since the topic was Architecture, this one shot shows almost every form of architecture known to mankind.
There is Brick flooring, the original stone wall supported by a concrete foundation that butts up to a framed wall covered with both wood and plaster. There is even an electrical outlet to bring the whole mess into the current century
Then, Cindy was reading through some of the posts and knew about this weeks assignment. Since she doesnt have her own Forum Name, she knew when we headed to the Ghost Towns that she should be looking for unique Architectural shots.
She took this one specifically for this assignment and asked me to post it for her