Still Life, Portraits, Urbex
Posted on 2012/05/02 at 05:47 in Architecture & Urbex, Nature & Landscapes, Photography | RSS feed
Mysterious and creepy. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga
Thanks for your comment Nonoy!
Another cracker, where was this taken?
This was taken in north Georgia, the back of an abandoned barn.
Is that mold or dirt? Very nice!
Just dirt, I think. There really wasn’t too much mold, surprisingly. Thanks for your comment, Christina!
I really enjoy the titles you come up with for your photos! They really help convey the tone of the image, especially for this one.
Thank you, Barb! Some nights it takes me a while thinking up a title, longer than the processing!
very nice, Robert
Thank you, Scott!
I believe this is one of the best in this series. Very nice!!!
Thank you, Ken! This is a favorite of mine also. I really liked the colors.
Very SF creepy – like something out of Quatermass. Like it a lot.
Cheers Richard! I actually haven’t seen that, do you recommend it?
It’s a bit creeky – made in the days of b&w TV, but the TV version of Quatermass and the Pit is great. They made another version of Quatermass in the 80s (again TV) – apocalyptic, with a minimal electronic soundtrack. Good stuff.
Very cool, thanks for the heads up. I’ll have to see if I can find it and check it out now.
Cool and creepy! Love it.
Thanks for your comment and visit.
Hi, Robert! You sure find some cool old buildings to photograph. Hope you are doing well and enjoying your spring.
Thank you, Dave! Doing great here, hope all is well with you also!
Bellos colores, el musgo y el verde de las hojas se mezclan entre sí, saludos
Beautiful colors, moss and green leaves are mixed together, Greetings
I missed commenting on this one … it’s one of my favorites, too. I really like the way the little bit of new-growth green enhances the contrast of all the rest.
Thank you, Suzy!
Soooo much texture and beauty to be found in old, urban buildings. Looks like you did some HDR work here?
I agree! They always make for great photography. Yes, this was HDR’d. Thanks for your comment, Milkay!
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