Lingering look at Windows: Interestingly Seedy

Well, for this week’s Lingering Look at Windows, I thought I would post just a couple of rather seedy looking windows from southern Italy, almost continuing the ‘Brown’ theme of my last post! And yes, I have given them a bit of treatment in HDR EfexPro, as it just gives them a bit more of the decayed atmosphere I am looking for.

Take a look at Dawn’s blog, The Day After, for many more windows in her challenge.

Semi Circular, Matera

Semi Circular, Matera

Abandoned church window, Craco

Abandoned church window, Craco

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11 comments

  1. Love it! Toledo has lots of these…

  2. frankieandgiuseppe

    It’s nice to photograph the seedier side of life too! It’s a shame a church was left to get into that state but I must say it’s a very poignant image.

    • Indeed, you get some interesting images from seedy, and I’m having some fun with a free trial of Nik Software! That church wasn’t going to escape, because the whole village had to be abandoned because the land was unstable…

  3. I like seedy 🙂 But that poor church looks like it has been shot at!

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