Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Decay (XLVII)


Abandoned house at Oeiras

22 comments:

Kate said...

A classic capture on your blog. You do well with both the elegant and the decayed subjects.

Sylvia K said...

It is sad, but does make for a fascinating photo! Terrific capture as always, JM! Hope your week is going well!

Sylvia

Sharon said...

We both have some weathered doors on our sites today. These sure do make grat photos.

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorei a composiçao. Uma mensagem de esperança para essa "casa", através da janela entreaberta!
É triste ver casas abandonadas não é mesmo!
abraços
Léia

RedPat said...

Such texture!

Milton Ostetto said...

casas com janela aberta indicam que ha vida dentro delas,
bela foto
Abraço
Milton

tapirgal said...

Your Decay series is so creative and always nice images. :)

cieldequimper said...

Fabulous peek inside with all those layers and textures!

Lowell said...

You remain the Master of Decay! If someone didn't know what I was talking about that might sound like an insult. But it is high praise!

Andrew said...

It's a lovely image JM...

Cildemer said...

Une très belle composition...mais triste aussi!

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Bizzzzzzz et belle nuit****

Jack said...

Beautiful, JM.

Whenever I click on your blog, another program is launched that claims it will download after a short period of time. Is that something you control and can turn off?

Randy said...

The master strikes again. I love it.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I enjoy this series. Always interesting and sensitive photos. This window opening onto another suggests yet unseen layers of interest.

Peter said...

Fortunately there is still some "decay" like that around! :-)

Joan Elizabeth said...

What wonderful patina ... bliss.

brattcat said...

great texture and palette here.

ladyfi said...

Oh, so much beauty1 I'd love to come over and restore it!

VP said...

I wonder if that sticker on the drain pipe is a patch or simply an ad...

Halcyon said...

Sad, but still you can see it was once beautiful.

Inger-M said...

Even though the photo's background is sad, it's a great shot, and I love the texture, colors and the depth!

Leif Hagen said...

I had another "Suburban Decay" on my blog this week but none can top your Decay series!
Magnificato!