I was going to use an old one, taken when a friend took me down to see my mother, must be 8 years ago. A view through the rear-view mirror, so a reverse image. Except I couldn’t find it.
So I have gone for an image of nature reversing man’s efforts:
Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here
Excellent! In support of this, you might enjoy Cal Flyn’s Islands of Abandonment. You’d like the cover, anyway!
Yes…and a friend bought me Abandoned Planet…..some amazing images
I’ve just Googled it – definitely your cup of tea, The Flyn hasn’t got that many photos, but is definitely thought-provoking.
Ah, the natural reclamaton of what mankind has abandoned. Lovely, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
In this case earthquakes and landslides, natural events, led to the initial abandonment…..
Ah, even more reason to leave. 🙂
Well that’s another way of looking at it 😁😄😃
Indeed it is! Inspiration sometimes strikes!
⚡and with the weather outside right now it may be more than inspiration striking ⚡⚡
Not happening here….
Two different days in one. Morning summer, afternoon monsoons
And you’re not even in the tropics!
Terrific photo for Debbie challenge. 😀
Pleased you think so
Well captured though it looks sad. The mountain background is nice.
I does look a sad place, but great for photographs!
I’m glad you took this one. It’s very telling. Not just the slow decay but the vast landscape in the background.
Vast and not well inhabited….
Such attractive abandonment and decay.
Good for a photo, sad for those whose homes were lost
So good Sue. Great subject and composition 🙂
Many thanks, Brian!
A great shot – I’m curious for more info, such as where it was taken?
Have I told you about Craco Vecchia before? An abandoned town In Basilicata…..
Oh yes, I think so – it looks and sounds fascinating!
Well worth a visit
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