What a contrast with the building behind it!
Lake a dirty car that seems to say "wash me," these buildings are screaming "paint me."
I think that these old worn-out building and those ready for the trash heap always make outstanding photos. this one is terrific.
Great picture of Urban Decay. I love urban decay. It means there is history there.
Interesting! I like the lighting on the building. Really makes the different layers of color sharp.
Something is eating away at the plaster. It makes such a contrast to the buildings behind.
I, too, love the lighting, but also the contrast in the two! Marvelous capture as always, JM! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
I hate these things, but I love them: these poor buildings seem so vulnerable... Those cobbled drains on the side of the street are so rare now!
Great contrast with the shiny white building behind but there is something beautiful about the old walls and cobbles, textures and colours.
Intriguing photo of urban decay and thanks to VP for pointing out the drains. I wonder what it looks like on the inside of that window...G
I'm always pleased when I see you are showing a decay shot. You are right this one does look out of place but aren't the colours wonderful.
I love the textures, cobblestones and contrast with the building behind...
Like everyone else, I'm really struck with the contrast between old and new. Are people living in this - well, it looks like a hovel?Your "decay" pictures are powerful!
great image. excellent colors, textures, and street
Out of place but I love it. All the color and texture. Great shot!
Wow, wow! Incredible composition and contrast between old and new. What a neat place! I would love to take a walk there.The guy in my photo was in a booth that sold tickets for stage coach rides :)
great textures and that contrast!
Almost like living underground, or in a cave - dark and dank. More inspiring on the outside than on the inside, I suspect.Wonderful find, Jose.
Oh what a surprise. I love it.And the house is lived in, yes?
I love those walls, pure abstract art
some places in Malaysia are like this.http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2009/09/friday-shootout-aged-and-weathered.html
As with everyone else I am amazed at the contrasting buildings. Moisture must cause this type of damage of course old age too.Quite interesting. MB
Ooo now that's beautiful.
Decay can have its charm!!
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