Your Decay series is so extensive that it threatens to challenge my knowledge of Roman numerals, which is something that the number of what Super Bowl it is now does to many Americans. (And I am old enough to remember Super Bowl I.)
Plentiful decorations for such a small window
Flor de Maio! Adoro! Minha mãe sempre tem um vaso com essas lindas flores na chacara no Brasil. aiiiiiiii saudades! :)Léia
Well, my friend, in this case you've made "decay" look quite attractive. Beautiful colors in this photo!
That wall might have a few crumbles but those plants appear to be thriving.
This is so gorgeous! I NEVER see anything like this here...and wish I did.
Aaahh .. so wonderful.But it is perhaps difficult to water the flowers.
Sadly, this kind of decay is almost the norm here...
I always love your decay images. This one is graced with bright flowers. I guess that makes it only halfway sad. Poignant.
The flowers are beautiful though.Diane
It's decorated decay!
The flowers add life to this scene.
There is a lot of 'hope' here that things will be looking up in the future.
So beautiful those 'hanging' flowers!
Excelente fotografia de bela ornamentação de linda janela....Um abraço
The window is beautifully framed by the flowers.
Decay or not, it makes for a compelling image!
Nature will "outlive" anything created by humans...How are those pots attached to the wall? They look as if suspended by magical spells!!
With tended pot plants I am not sure it counts as. Decay shot. Very nice though.
Pequeña y que bien adornada!!
The potted plants are thriving, though in nature plants will do that - grow up on the nutrients of decay.
Looks a bit like the x-mas cactus I have....But they look much better than mine, and they are outside!!I like this :)
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