Friday, April 29, 2011

Friday Moment 4/29/11

A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from sometime ... anytime

A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember


Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

Jewell  =)  xo

20 comments:

Laura said...

So pretty! Here is mine: http://throughmyinsanityandwhatelseisthere.blogspot.com/2011/04/this-moment_29.html

BornStoryteller said...

Hope you had a great trip. Love the building. It'd make a great background set for Hamlet or Macbeth.

Finding One's Way said...

Rachel,
there is a forest grown in that house!!!
Love the stone work, and the arches
xoxo
Jessica

Jewell said...

Laura...thanks for dropping by!! =) xo

Stu...the trip is much better now that I'm home! =) Glad you enjoyed the picture! =) You are right...if it wasn't so large it would make a wonderful medieval prop! =)

Jewell said...

lmao...ummm...sistah friend...I think you might be a bit cornfused! =) *points to self* Jewell...not Rachel! =) xo Glad you liked it! =)

Asha said...

That is exquisite!! Those are the sort of places you rummage through. I bet you'd find some interesting things buried in the earth. Or it could be I'm just nosy.

Jewell said...

I agree...the mere stones seem to have novels worth of stories in them. Glad you liked it! =)

I'm catching up on reading and commenting, so will be over tonight to snag the newest proof of my awesomeness =) xo =)

Mary said...

Jewell, this is an extraordinary photo! I had to look at it really hard to see just how those trees contrast behind the wall:) Love photos like this.

Mine is at: http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/2011/04/this-moment_29.html#more

Jewell said...

Hi Mary! Glad you liked it, and thanks for stopping by! =) Have a great weekend!

YogaSavy said...

The mystery or story behind it?

Jewell said...

I would say both Savy! =)

JP Brandano Photography said...

Jewell whats the story behind this???? lol I Love the image. You need to describe it ..please!!!!


http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/04/romance-passion-and-sex-wow-what-blog.html

Jewell said...

lol =) Well I don't know much of the story behind it but I can tell you what I do know. =)

This is actually another portion of the building that was in this Friday Moment http://really-wait-what.blogspot.com/2011/04/friday-moment-41511.html

It is located in Eureka Springs, AR, and I suspect it was the original train depot from back in the day when people would travel to the town to use the healing powers of the many springs.

Surprisingly there is no historical marker anywhere around the building, so I'm not entirely sure that the train depot theory is correct. However, being as they have a tourist trap depot and dinner train that takes you along part of the original route into town down the road a ways, I think it's a safe bet that the old tracks still extend back behind it somewhere.

Thanks for dropping by, and glad you liked the picture! =) Hope I helped with your curiosity! =)

alejandro guzman said...

oh my! Your Garden is out of control!

Weed killer is needed and maybe walls

A

tbaoo said...

one word .. wow !!

hansi said...

The Haunted House again. Well it doesn't look so scary up close. Wouldn't want to spend the night there, no matter how much I'd inherit should I make it till dawn.

Nelieta said...

That is a beautiful building...so intriguing!

Here is my moment:
http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2011/04/moment-in-time_29.html

Bodacious Boomer said...

I've been to Eureka Springs. Very pretty place. Nice photo kiddo.

Annie (Lady M) x said...

Eh up Jewell my dahlink, I thought I recognised that photo. And then you mentioned that you published a pic of another part of it. It looks fab!

Jewell said...

LOL A - weed killer, walls, and a chainsaw maybe! =)

Thanks Tbaoo! =)

Sorry Hansi...I didn't mean to put the haunted pics up again, but I thought you might be ok with this as you can actually see through the windows on this one! =)

Nelita...thanks for dropping by and commenting! =)

BB...it's a beautiful place. We've gone there the last 2 years for our anniversary weekends. I always find something to take pictures of when we are there! =)

Annie...yeah...what was left of this building was kinda cool. Fun to see that Mother Nature really can reclaim her own given some time. =) Muwah! xo