Tuesday, September 10, 2013


The small community of Hagarville (population 129) sits outside of Clarksville in the Ozark National Forest. We drove through the other day, just as a summer thunderstorm popped up nearby that was dropping some menacingly large bolts of lightning. In the center of town sits an old store and duplex, long abandoned and graying with time.


It's a popular spot for photographers, apparently. The kind lady who lived across the street stood on her porch and invited me to stand in her yard to take pictures, since the view would be better.

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