On The Heart That Lived

It’s surprisingly rare to find any sort of graffiti on the abandoned buildings in eastern Washington. While I appreciate the artwork in cities, I do like the escape from it in the country.

Still – the small heart greeting you as you might enter this old house is a friendly touch, and I’m glad that it’s there.

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‘On the Heart That Lived’

Camera: Ricoh KR-10
Lens: Revuenon f/3.8; 35-105mm
Film: Svema Color 125

Blackman Ridge Road, Franklin County, Washington

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2 thoughts on “On The Heart That Lived

    1. I don’t think so. I believe it’s ventilation of some kind. Maybe they’re just covers for holes made for a swamper, but that seems pretty extravagant for a place like this.

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