Welcome to a Junk By Jenny first. For the next few days, I will share my Mother Nature + Vintage Photo Story. Mother Nature is a beloved friend to junk. The stories these 2 old friends could share are undoubtably endless. They seem to protect each other in a quest to hold on to years gone by. For the first time in my junking days, I am content with simply saying hello, snapping photos and happily leaving the vintage relics be still instead of my typical dismantling and leaving with a suburban full. So, here’s to some of west central Minnesota’s Mother Nature + junk..
This one fooled me, as I initially thought it was an old school house. As I adjusted my camera lens, I realized it was an grainery with more bling than most. Mother Nature was beginning to paint her sunset on this quiet grainery when I snuck in a photo.
I pass by this old gem often. It is positioned on the intersection of two state highways. I can only imagine the stately presence it once had. I’m so drawn to the buttercup yellow paint that remains.
This photo has “old wood shed” written all over it. I absolutely love old red barn paint, but the six-paned window really is the one who steals the show.