WABI SABI: ULTIMA THULE

Posted: May 23, 2013 in Deserted, Details, Old Houses, Photography, Wabi Sabi, Windows, Wisconsin
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Whither Beauty?

ws happy window

Head up north and turn left.

ws interior

There’s a field in the middle of nowhere.

ws house

In the middle of that field: this house.

You can’t miss it.

Comments
  1. David says:

    Ultimate Thule are my favorite glasses from iittala!

  2. sedge808 says:

    beautiful decay.

  3. Marjorie says:

    Perfect title for such a menagerie of deconstruction. A heightened creativity your teachingg has begotten!

  4. marty says:

    Fantastic house!

  5. Kathie says:

    As I look at this house it reminds me of youth — and what is left of it!!!

  6. Jean says:

    Oh my gosh…(all spelled out)! What a gorgeous weave of color and texture. What idiots let this magnificent castle fall?….. Thank you Patricia for immortalizing it with your lens…

  7. jlheuer says:

    At one time this house was a fashion plate …look at that siding.

  8. David & Gina Reinardy says:

    Pat,

    This post (and pix) is brilliant!

    Cheers, David

  9. Ephemeral beauty. Love to get hold of a sample of that gorgeous siding.

  10. Jean says:

    Get one for me too. : )

  11. Anne says:

    If you are ever back at Ultima Thule why would you ever come back? Looking up you titles takes me on a journey through the internet that I have to make sure to delete when I am through but an education on many things and a whole new perspective on the piece. Take me with you, we could take a picnic lunch and talk for a lifetime.

  12. Oh my friend…I just keep rereading your last line. Thank you…she said, sniffling but blaming it on allergies…

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