Wordless Wednesday 29/06/16

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36 comments

  1. Love the contrast of the colourful plants and umbrella, against the faded bricks, and tired-looking windows. Very nice, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I like it a lot except for the dark triangle in the upper right which is a distraction. Very hard to remove but it could be done.

  3. i loved everything in this shot, sue –

  4. I agree with Pete, Sue. I like it.

    janet

  5. I’m really going to enjoy this. I’ve seen the original with my eyes and now I can see what you create of it. In this case I didn’t even look at the subject matter from the same angle. Leave the tree! We need all the trees we can get, and so does Praga!

    • Sue

      Yay! Glad you like it, Meg…..and yes, we have different perspectives, which is good! I berated myself for not getting the entrance archway with it’s vaulted ceiling that you did. I have some ‘One’s for you soonish. My photo editing software has been playing silly monkeys and I have only just got the images on the computer, and not backed up yet 😧

  6. Beautiful image, Sue. So much detail here. 🙂

  7. I would love to paint that if only I had time. The colors are so beautiful.

  8. That’s the prettiest decay I’ve ever seen!

  9. Sonel

    What a beautiful and colourful balcony. Great catch Sue! 😀 ♥

  10. Happy decay! I like the whole picture.

    • Sue

      Glad you like this, -A-C, and agreed there’s beauty in decay to the photographer, but I’m not sure the people who live there would agre!!

  11. Agreeing with Gilly. 🙂 I would go so far as to say beautiful, Sue 🙂

  12. Mmm… have to agree that the tree is a distraction, but can’t be helped. Now this is where painting is good as you can leave out the bits you don’t want. But I do like the colour of the brick and the window frames and the balconies and the reflections in the windows. In fact looking closely at this, it actually does look like a painting.

  13. Whenever I see your name…..I know I’m going to find a gorgeous photo….
    Love this!

  14. Is this in France? I don’t know why but it says France to me 🙂

  15. Just lovely … and I just love the contrasts.

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