Silent Sunday 10/06/2016

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41 comments

  1. Wonderful image, Sue. I love it!

  2. Beautiful in its ramshackleness. So many different details of decay, with the counterpoint of leaf-greenery. I’m enjoying being drip-fed Praga. The heat obviously didn’t really stop you photographically.

  3. A beautiful shot, Sue. Great pale tones and lovely textures, plus a jolly splash of green. Looks perfect for Silent Sunday

  4. Fabulous textures. Love it.

  5. That house does look like it is past repair, and appears deserted. A nice image, that makes me feel a little sad for the neglect.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. Love it, Sue. It’s You.

  7. I love it Sue. I saw some great ‘decrepit’ photos recently, framed is rustic wooden crates, very effective.

  8. You must have been so delighted to find this very distressed building, Sue. Great image. 🙂

  9. Is there a cat sitting behind the window or is it my wild imagination? Either way, i find this to be a really nice photo, with many interesting elements! Nice one, Sue!

  10. oh wonderful image Sue!! I want to peer in there but it’s a bit scary too!

  11. Great find and nice capture, Sue. The older, the better!

  12. a spectacular convergence of linear and non-linear, the right angle and the curving flow, in earthy tones 🙂

  13. Love this one …. one window I must have missed. Love the light in this image.

  14. You’ve definitely got something going on with these, Sue. You’ll have to go back in cooler weather. 🙂

  15. Pingback: Sue’s Warsaw | 12monthsinwarsaw

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