la plaque en mosaique est tres belle. tu ne rentres jamais dans les maisons abandonnées pour faire des photos ?
Oh my, I do believe that this one is beyond repair.
I wonder what the story is here JM, it looks like it's in such a good position,there. How on earth did it get to this state!!
Another terrific capture in your Decay series! Sad and fascinating all at the same time! Enjoy your evening, JM!Sylvia
Perhaps you should take your Decay series photos and send them to the cable TV channel that shows House Hunters International, and then some people with inherited wealth will come over and pay a lot of money to buy them and fix them up.
I'd love to have a lot of money...
Sad little thing - hope someone saves it!
What a shame!
Lovely images but it's so sad to see the neglected buildings.
These look terrible.
So sad. And amazingly enough it continues to exist and decay in and amidst some rather nice-looking homes!Wonderful composition, JM.
you have a marvelous way of presenting decaying structures beauifully.
Such a huge contrast ! brilliant find !
What cute little fixer upper!
Could have been a perfect "Location" for a special film.
what a contrast !
Perfect decay :)
Now that is a pretty little piece of decay.
You are the undisputed master of these DECAY photos, JM! Nice to catch up on your blog this morning!
There's a sad story here. Lonely little neglected building. [About graffiti, my position might be a little more complicated than the impression I have left with you. I'm not a black and white thinker. :-D ]
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