20 thoughts on “Traces in Time (Double Haiku)”

    1. Thanks Nancy! This old building is from 1696 and was used for food storage on a farm in rural Sweden. I’m always fascinated by things of the past, kinda feel the vibes of life long ago. Weird, I know.

      1. Nope, I totally get it. I just love stumbling upon ruins of old homes and buildings. It’s like you can feel the souls of all those that once occupied the (now crumbled) walls…

        1. Thanks for the nice feedback…I was tired of the old format and worked to customize the new one, which was not too difficult 🙂

  1. Love the picture and your words tie the past, present and future together nicely. I love old buildings and love walking on the ground I know my ancestors walked on. Hugs

    1. Thank you, I’m happy you enjoyed it. I love the construction as well, it has seen over 300 years and is still standing proud.

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