It’s 31 degrees, raining, and all our snow has been washed into the river. Days like this force me to get creative as I can’t sit another day in the office. So I trucked up to this old farm that’s recently been bought and is in the process of being torn down to see if there was anything interesting to shoot. The farm is right on one of my ride routes so I sort of knew what I was getting into, but not hardly. I could go on for paragraphs about this place and how awesome it was/is. If it hadn’t started pouring I would have spent hours shooting there. The farm house was built in the 1770s, the same family lived there from 1880 until this summer. They had 65 acres and 12 barns on the property. Dairy farmers. Imagine 120 years worth of shit stored up. Like everything from ancient ice skates to magazines to hand tools to old work trucks to….hoopty kids’ bikes. Everything. The squalor these people lived in is almost inconceivable, but at the same time very interesting. Shot this with the new digi point-n-shoot, my first ever, and was favorably impressed.