"Through the Years" Looking back through the beautiful hand carved woodwork of this interior doorway is a journey back through time. A journey that starts with vintage art work hanging prominently above a sheet covered piece of antique furniture.Tools and sundry items, each an ambassador of their respective time and place in the history of this 170 year old homestead, rest against solid oak baseboards. As the evening sun crawls down cracked and weathered plaster. (2014)
"Frozen in History" Shaking off the chill of a winter morn, their mane encrusted in white, a pair of horses nicker in excitement sensing journeys end as a comforting glow of light emanating from warm windows comes into view...welcome home! (2015)
“Coming Home” Walking down an old dirt path, splashes of yellow and red emerge from the early morning mist. Situated on the foggy edge of a Warren County pasture, a Carolina farmhouse seems to be lost in time looking forward to a long overdue homecoming. (2014) For more photos please check out my page at Scott Garlock Photography https://www.facebook.com/scottgarlockabandoned and if you like what you see, I sure would appreciate a good old fashioned "Page Like" Thank you
ADVICE TO A 1912 BRIDE Years ago a Kentucky grandmother gave a bride the following recipe for washing clothes (misspelled words and all):1 Start a fire in back yard to heet kettle of rainwater. 2 Set tubs so smoke won’t blow in eyes if wind is pert.3 Shave one hole cake lie soap in boilin water. 4 Sort things, make three piles. 1 pile white, 1 pile cullord, 1 pile work britches and rags. cont...