une belle construction, a ce que je vois il y a beaucoup de restauration a faire, et cela en vaut le coup
The bird seems almost real way up there. The horses seem to have gotten the royal treatment.
Good find, well framed, JM!
It is beautiful, surely a place like this is worth restoring. Diane
Such an elaborate entrance for a horse stable! Something tells me that royalty might have been involved here at one time.
Isso é mesmo de dar pena, uma construçao tão antiga e com tantos detalhes arquitetonicos.Excelente fotografia!**** é verdade...terá segundo turno nas eleiçoes no Brasil.:)AbraçosLéia
I love those details. Really nice!
Still beautiful and I love it.Wong
Those laughing faces look a little sinister!
It would be nice to see this restored to its former glory.
The horses were housed in grand style! I like your angle on this first, it emphasizes those faces.By the way, totally agree about hangovers, can't do it myself anymore!
Details! Glad to see them.
Decay is always worse when the original building was so interesting and characteristic.
Even in the state of decay it's still beautiful!
You have a certain knack for making the tragedy of decay look beautiful in its own right! Super photographs -- crystal clear and brilliant color!
I'm a big fan of old buildings like this. The decayed white against the blue sky looks great. I like those interesting details too, especially the faces.
Somehow, I wouldn't want to be standing right underneath this.
Such a beautiful building and it is sad to see the decay and yet it has a strange beauty of its own! Terrific captures as always, JM! Sylvia
great sculpture. the stronger and the flexible
Wonderful detail. Beautiful but those are scary faces.
My goodness--you certainly caught a beautiful structure in the throes of decay. Amazing shot.What will happen to these buildings? Nobody cares?MB
Sure does look like the beautiful weather has started to take its toll.
Wow the horses had fancy housing.
This old stable and coach house is definitely worthy of restoration.
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