Thursday’s Special: Gold Inside

For Paula’s Thursday Special this week, her Guest Challenger, Ron, has asked us to come up with images of Gold inside. Here are a couple from me.

Firstly, inside a garden in the Autumn…plenty of golden leaves, golden reflections (well, OK, maybe greeny gold!):

Gold inside the garden in Autumn

Gold inside the garden in Autumn

And secondly, inside a long abandoned building with some semi-golden light on that textured plaster:

Derelict and decayed

Derelict and decayed

For more, hop over to Paula’s blog here.

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47 comments

  1. Love exploring abandoned buildings. The lighting is fabulous in your photo Sue.

  2. beautiful photos, with a lot of atmosphere, Sue

  3. Green gold is still gold πŸ™‚ Thank you for playing along Sue. This is lovely and very fitting. I love the variety of entries today πŸ˜€

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  6. Super images for the challenge, Sue. πŸ™‚

  7. I love the colour of the one of the interior

  8. I like both the light and the composition inside that old building Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  9. Suzanne

    What strongly contrasting images. The sunny exterior view of the park then the moody introverted space of the abandoned building. The yin and yang of photos. πŸ™‚

  10. Emilio Pasquale

    Love that second shot. I love being outdoors but I would love, even more, to be inside that building. Exploring!

  11. Wow, great contributions, especially love the last one, would have loved that place too πŸ˜‰
    Cheers, Ron

  12. Very different shots, Sue. You just know my heart’s with that first lovely πŸ™‚

    • Sue

      Glad you like the first one, Jo! I thought I would do two very different images, to appeal to different tastes! And they both appeal to me, for different reasons, and in different moods!

  13. Love the soft, golden glow of these two photos Sue…and now I dream of Autumn πŸ™‚

  14. The lighting in the abandoned building is incredible! Love the golden tone.

  15. Wow! The abandoned building is lovely Sue! The golden warm tone is amazing…

  16. Love that peaceful autumn scene and what a contrast with the old decaying building, but both perfect for this challenge.

  17. Oh, the light and decay in that last one – wonderful.

  18. Just searched for ‘derelict’ in your posts and found this. I think the appeal to these entries is in catching a glimpse of how other people live – and when it is derelict there is even more appeal for there must be a story in why it was abandoned. Love the light in this one!

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