Still Life, Portraits, Urbex
Posted on 2012/05/16 at 04:37 in Architecture & Urbex, Black & White | RSS feed
So impressive… wonderful shot and composition. Thank you dear Robert, with my love, nia
Thank you, Nia.
Another excellent shot, Robert.
Thanks, Ken! Glad I wore boots that day, made walking on them easier to take the shot.
Love this shot with order and disorder together, very nice!
Thank you, Christina!
Lovely composition. Sorry for the absence, my exams are on. I’m glad I decided to visit though. Would’ve been sorry to miss this. The texture, just wow!
Thanks, Face! Exams trump all! Thanks for your visit though, and I hope you do well.
Did you dent your car driving into that perfectly fine building? Lollololol
I think someone cut my brakes! (For some reason, I stopped receiving emails on your post – going to try to re-follow!)
I see you are back to your unsavory neighborhoods….great shot. Seeing your photos has inspired me to dig out my old 35mm AND to buy a new digital camera to play with.
Indeed, can’t have too much of one thing, it’s bad for you! That’s great to hear about your cameras though – don’t forget to post them so we can all see. Thanks for your comment, Suzy!
Thanks, Robert, for visiting my blog and the ‘like’ on my collapsing barn. After viewing several of your recent posts I see why! I appreciate your passion for the abandoned, decaying, crumbling and all things cast aside.
Thanks for your visit also, Sheila. That was a very cool photo, I’m glad you posted it!
You are welcome and thanks again!
Fascinating monochrome…… there ought to be a story somewhere here……I did something like this to the front wall when I was learning to drive. Well structured composition and strong tones…. the light mortar emphasises the fact the the bricklaying wasn’t too hot. Great shot Robert.
Thank you, John! Your kind words mean a lot to me, as you are an amazing photographer! Your blog is very varied with all different, excellent photos – truly a joy to browse through!
Reblogged this on Plucky Umbrella and commented:
santafede is all about it. love this brick structure deteriorating.
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