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These Abandoned Farmhouses Spread Across The Washington Countryside Are Eerily Beautiful

Washington state, and Seattle in particular, are famous for their rainy and cloudy days; however, the eastern half of Washington is just the opposite. It has a very dry climate, thanks to the Cascade Mountain Range, which runs down the middle of the state. This has resulted in very well preserved abandoned buildings. Because there is so little precipitation, these old wooden structures remain standing for decades after they are abandoned.

Photographer Howard Frisk travels across Washington to capture the stunningly beautiful of the state. Check out his incredible images featured in “The Seven Wonders of Washington State” and visit Howard Frisk Photography or the WashingtonPhotographs website to see more of his wonderful work!