A classic capture on your blog. You do well with both the elegant and the decayed subjects.
It is sad, but does make for a fascinating photo! Terrific capture as always, JM! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
We both have some weathered doors on our sites today. These sure do make grat photos.
Adorei a composiçao. Uma mensagem de esperança para essa "casa", através da janela entreaberta!É triste ver casas abandonadas não é mesmo!abraçosLéia
casas com janela aberta indicam que ha vida dentro delas,bela fotoAbraçoMilton
Your Decay series is so creative and always nice images. :)
Fabulous peek inside with all those layers and textures!
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!
It's a lovely image JM...
Une très belle composition...mais triste aussi!***Bizzzzzzz et belle nuit****
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?
The master strikes again. I love it.
I enjoy this series. Always interesting and sensitive photos. This window opening onto another suggests yet unseen layers of interest.
Fortunately there is still some "decay" like that around! :-)
What wonderful patina ... bliss.
great texture and palette here.
Oh, so much beauty1 I'd love to come over and restore it!
I wonder if that sticker on the drain pipe is a patch or simply an ad...
Sad, but still you can see it was once beautiful.
Even though the photo's background is sad, it's a great shot, and I love the texture, colors and the depth!
I had another "Suburban Decay" on my blog this week but none can top your Decay series!Magnificato!
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