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Forlorn

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  1. You always manage to spot someone, Sue. It has made me think about that, and wonder why I have never noticed those people.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I feel a bit forlorn too… now 😦

  3. How do you get your ones to wear colour-coordinated clothing? After your comment about houses collapsing and people homeless, I look at dilapidation with mixed feelings. There is no doubt this is beautiful: is there always a worm in the heart of the rose?

    • Sue

      As to the colour co-ordinated clothing…it’s just what I notice. And this time, taking images of the all too real real dilapidation, after the event I felt that I really shouldn’t have been there….because this is people’s lives, am I being the voyeur?

  4. Excellent! Your Havana trip certainly provided many more wonderful photographs from you.

  5. What a composition. Love the details surviving on the old building. Nice muted colors of past days’ elegance
    Interesting texture, strong lines and a live person as contrasting focus.
    Great image

  6. Nicely captured, Sue. It would have looked abandoned if it weren’t for the female figure in front.

  7. This is you … very you!!!!

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