Lingering Look at Windows

Well, two posts today! I wanted to post some more images of windows from the derelict, abandoned village of Craco Vecchio, and have been playing about with Snapseed this morning (instead of doing more important jobs), so I thought I might as well get on with the post! More beauty in decay will follow in future posts! The immensely atmospheric ruin of Craco will doubtless have a post of it’s own soon, continuing on an earlier theme I had of ‘Italy off the beaten track’.

More windows of varying kinds can be seen if you head over to Dawn’s blog, The Day After, here.

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17 comments

  1. msroosipuu
    Hey how are you doing? I really like your photography . And maybe you would like to take part of “Your autumn 2013″
    I am sure you will have some nice Autumn photos what you would like to share with us http://www.msbpartytime.com and our Facebook page !! You will have a chance to show your talent also for our group members over here . It will help you to get more attention and it could help us to meet new people and build up the future network for the events, when we need talented photographers.
    Thank you
    https://www.facebook.com/msbpartytime
    Kind regards,
    Ms.B

  2. Thanks for liking. I don’t do Facebook

  3. Fabulous windows Sue. 🙂

  4. Yes, the beauty in decay – so many stories behind these windows. The fact that someone has bothered to make a prop for the balcony window, and that the balustrade itself looks like something out of an Arthur Rackham fairytale illustration.

  5. I’m not sure if I like the windows or the stone work more 🙂

  6. Lovely images Sue. I can imagine you have folders full of such a photogenic place. A photographers delight

  7. Your use of lighting and how you combined it with the texture of the wall in your photos is superb…I am always fond of using windows, doors, bridges, and paths in a photo .

    • Thanks, Charlie – I am completely drawn to textures, especially in old things. And I have taken images of windows and doors almost since I started taking photographs 🙂

  8. Wonderfully crumbly! 🙂

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