Here’s another sideline adventure Wayne and I had during our foliage drive last Sunday. We walked around the perimeter of the fascinating abandoned Kezar Falls Woolen Mill. We were struck by the enormity, ominous sky, mysterious doorways and decrepit buildings framed by natural beauty in autumnal decay.
A set of doors open from within that lead to nowhere but an open-air dead end.
I thought this looked like a painting.
I wondered about the meaning and placement of the star: Was it a part of the original structure, or did someone place it there after its abandonment?
I shot this pic while looking inside from a windowless frame.
It’s also for sale!