Monday, March 5, 2012

Decay (LV)


Monte Estoril

24 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

It's so sad. The tower is beautiful!
Léia

Karl said...

The photo is very beautiful, but the building would need a little renovation...

Louis la Vache said...

This is a remarkable series you are doing, JM!

San said...

This is a very interesting picture. I like it.

Sharon said...

This one is crumbling away! Beautiful photo!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It looks a little like the part that is in ruins might have been newer than the tower JM, they just don't build the way they used too!!

Sylvia K said...

I would have loved to have seen it before the decay, but what a terrific capture, JM! I really do enjoy this series. Have a great week!

Sylvia

Olivier said...

cette tour est tres belle, une bonne restauration et elle sera superbe

ladyfi said...

That is beautiful!

RedPat said...

Fabulous shot!

Lowell said...

I think some huge prehistoric animal just bit a chunk out of the thing and the inhabitants ran away never to return!

I'd sure run!

Great shot of a great ruin (if there is such a thing!)

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joo said...

What a shame! It could be such a great building!

VP said...

Sad and, in its own way, spectacular...

Halcyon said...

Another beautiful piece of decay. It must have been nice at one time.

NixBlog said...

Lovely photo showing the beauty of things old...

Kay said...

What a nice shot, and what a sad ruin. It looks as if it has a spectacular view.

cieldequimper said...

Save at least the tower...

Andrew said...

So sad to see it like this..

Fernando Santos (Chana) said...

Belo registo...Espectacular....
Cumprimentos

Jack said...

Great photo. Someone could build an intriguing home utilizing the old tower.

Randy said...

I agree, that tower is lovely.

Gine said...

Quelqu'un avait appuyé sa maison contre la tour ! Cela fait un peu abandonné ... mais la photo est belle !

Joan Elizabeth said...

That is more decayed than most of your decay series. We have a pile of stones a bit like this in our neighbourhood.

AGMPRISMA said...

Me gusta, antes de dejar hacer cualquier edificio, deberian restaurar este tipo.
Un saludo