Painted Granary Ceiling

Painted Granary Ceiling

It’s been a little while since I have updated this blog, so I’m sorry about that. Things have been crazy these last few weeks but are finally getting back to normal…which means I can start getting out and exploring the backcountry in search of and once again. As a matter of fact, I just spent the weekend on in search of the specific ruin featured in the photo above. As you might have guessed, I did manage to find it!

This well-preserved ruin is nestled in the back of a deep alcove which has helped protect it from the elements and kept it in good shape. The most unusual part of this ruin is the painted on it’s exterior. I can’t recall seeing anything else like it which makes this one pretty unique. Because of the photogenic alcove this was located in, I had a lot of fun taking photoso of it from all different angles, so I’m sure I’ll be posting other photos of it in the future. This photo was taken to emphasize the curved lines and golden color of the smoke-stained ceiling of the alcove above the ruin.

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Comments (2)

  1. 12:31 am, April 9, 2012Dann Cianca  / Reply

    Great shot! Looks like a neat place.

  2. 4:32 pm, April 11, 2012Jackson Frishman  / Reply

    Great comp and great light to present a really unique and interesting ruin!

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