Plight (2)

Here we are with another derelict, sorrowful building, seriously past it’s best,, and I would suggest a long way beyond renovation:

Linked to January squares at Becky’s here


  1. That’s an oil painting, not a photograph!!

  2. I have a beauty for you on Monday, Sue, but it’s a long way up a hill 🙂 🙂 Happy Saturday!

  3. Another good spot.
    When I was in Berlin in December I came across this photographer in a shop at the Christmas market.
    If you like derelict buildings the web site is worth a look…

  4. More plight!
    And I agree. It’s certainly beyond my DIY skills.
    Enjoy today’s light, Sue! Wonderful sun and crisp frost this morning. I hope it’s the same down your way.

  5. Another great shot Sue. Though the building’s plight makes for slight light.

  6. I agree with Becky 🙂 Brilliant Sue

  7. It definitely has the look of an old masterpiece, love the muted and limited palette.

  8. It really does look both like a painting and beyond repairable. Perfect for a photo shot, though. Happy Saturday, Sue.


  9. poppytumpno4

    EXCELLENT ! Love this Sue ..
    I was wondering about the location and noticed your tag Ireland ..then recalled from a long ago visit many abandoned homes and outbuildings ..
    Much easier to start afresh 😉

  10. “Slight light amidst the plight” ?? REALLY!!! Now you’ve gone to another level Sue!!! Loved your image on this one.

  11. Those are so interesting to photograph and they make great photos. Great composition as pic

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