sad that they let a building get in this bad of shape, but it still makes a beautiful photograph...
It's interesting, isn't it, that decay can make some of the best photos!
j'aime bien le vieil escalier
Another gorgeous photo like Kate said! By the way, you'll see that I borrowed your idea on my blog today...
I agree -- as much as I hate to see old building etc. in decay, they do make for terrific photos! And this is one of those terrific ones! Hope your week is off to a great start, JM!Sylvia
Lots of subtle colors in this, and I like the inlaid steps.
More lovely photographic decay! It makes such great photos.
I love the colors.Bravo JM !
The colors on the wall are pleasing to the eye. I like the brick pavement.
The descending steps may be symbolic of the decay of this building. Or are they ascending...
Que peninha, a escadaria eh maravilhosa!Léia
By the way, to morrendo de vontade de pastel de belem!Que coisa! heheheheO coraçao chama Portugal por aqui!AbraçosLéis
You are the master of decay as I so stated on Images - L & L Photography today...If you haven't checked that out, you will note I gave you credit for being a "master" and linked to your blog.(The "Morning Run" post was yesterday)I'm really sorry you're having a problem with the thumbnail. I think Small City Scenes is, too. I have no clue, other than I'm using Mozilla Firefox and sometimes what I do doesn't work well with IE...The Images thumbnail shows up fine on all of my blogs, so I have no idea how to fix it. The problem could be an internal one with Blogger, also...that does happen sometimes. :-)
Tis a very sad and forlorn picture.
I like it despite its state - must have been nice building once!
The decay actually adds to the charm of the place! Beguiling photograph!
That is so beautiful. I love the steps too.
I like it, very nice composition and textures/colors !
Oooh, this is just lovely (photographically speaking, I guess not so lovely for the building :)
Decaying, but with a certain beauty.
Yummy. The wear, the repairs, the muted colours. They remind me of a building I keep admiring in Kandos which I will photograph and post one day.
J'adore ces vieux murs
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