Week 15 of Sally Russick's Focusing on Life 52 photo's prompt is "Aged Beauty".
I have always been fascinated with old items, old furniture, old buildings and old homes. So after work last Saturday I went out and took pictures of some old homes in the downtown area of Montgomery.
This house was originally built in 1863 during the civil war. The front of this house was changed in 1908 and still looks the same today. The following photo is of the historical sign telling the history of the house.
It is amazing the transformation of this house just by changing the front entrance it is hard to believe it is the same house.
This is the second of the Dowe houses built in 1885. I love all the gingerbread designs on the outside of this old Victorian. In this photo you can not really see it, but there is a beautiful stained glass window above the front door. Below is the second side of the historical sign explaining the history of the other two Dowe homes.
This is the third of the Dowe homes built in 1890.
These homes are a bit of Montgomery's past that is still standing and is now surrounded by modern architecture.
If you would like to see more "Aged Beauty" go on over to Sally's blog and check them out.
Happy beading Y'all,