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Von Trapp Family Church Vermont.

Trapp Family Church on the grounds of the Trapp Family Lodge, Vermont. Situated on acres in beautiful Stowe, Vermont, the Trapp Family Lodge is a mountain resort in the European tradition. Photo by Iminfocus

An abandoned stone structure near the Old Place of Monreith, Scotland has gotten a whole new roof, courtesy of Mother Nature.

An abandoned stone structure near the Old Place of Monreith, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland has gotten a whole new roof, courtesy of Mother Nature.

What memories this wonderful cottage keeps treasured up inside its very stones! You can almost hear them whispering their story.

"Stone house in the forest of Denmark: When the Germans were in Denmark in World War II, they took over a man's farm. This man moved into the deep forest and made this house of stone. Around the house is a moat." Love the stone & all!

"Abandoned stone buildings are everywhere in County Mayo.  They are wonderful to photograph and tell a story about leaving.  Many of these buildings were abandoned during the famines either through death, or emigration."

~"Abandoned stone buildings are everywhere in County Mayo, Ireland. They are wonderful to photograph and tell a story about leaving. Many of these buildings were abandoned during the famines either through death, or emigration.

Hobbit house in Cotswolds, England was originally built as a barn for sheep which the builder could not stop adding to until the city made him stop.

fenestra-ad-scientiam: “ This ‘Hobbit House’ was built without planning permission by a local eccentric artist. It started as a simple single height building but grew and grew. It took over ten years.

Derlict cottage. Something sad and forlorn about buildings with no current use. Sucha a waste as all the hard work and activities inside the house seep back into nature.

DaddiLifeForce - the magic of story time

Abandoned Stone House near Guelph

Abandoned Stone House near Guelph

Abandoned stone house in scenic Saskatchewan Stock Photo

Stone House in Saskatchewan. In some areas the settlers used stone, and in some they used sod or wood logs

The Abandoned Stone Ruins of the 14th Century Harewood Castle, Leeds, West Yorkshire, U.K.

The Abandoned Stone Ruins of the Century Harewood Castle, Leeds, West Yorkshire, U.

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