It was another demolition day today. Fortunately my son and I had extra help, and good progress was made. I was again recording a few scenes so that once everything is rebuilt and modernized and we're sitting in the new kitchen, we can look at these photos and make statements like "Wow, I can't believe it looked like this only a few weeks ago!" and "Do you remember how sore we were after that day!" While I'm making a few photos, however, I'm also cognizant of the fact that I need a photo to post. So as I walked to the rear of my son's property to capture the growing mountain of old lath and assorted pieces of lumber (destined for the area's hugest bonfire soon), I spied Nelly at her best, up against her trellis.
(60mm f8 1/60 sec ISO200)
(60mm f4 1/150 sec ISO200)
And I thought I'd give you a small view of how the demolition is going. This was taken from the living room looking into the kitchen through an opening which used to house a dishwasher - yes, the walls and ceiling are all lath and plaster. The demolition rhythm is 'tear and clean up, tear and clean up ...'.
(18-55mm f4 1/10 sec ISO200)