Sunday, April 26, 2009

Rundown & Abandoned/ Monochrome Maniacs

Slowly disintegrating



To find other maniacs crazy about monochromes, visit Aileni at http://www.calonyddaear.com/monoindex/

24 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Tumble-down and yet so sad. I wish these old places could tell their story. MB

VALKYRIEN said...

I really enjoy visiting you and look at these old houses! So full of history and character!

cieldequimper said...

Another great cabin. I wonder who lived, toiled and played there.

That is the chicken said...

I too like these old buildings...what I like most is the way they fit so well into the landscape in a way newer houses do not.

Islipian said...

but lovely...

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Just think, EG, someone had an interesting life in those old buildings one day!!!!!!

Great B&W photo.

Have a wonderful Sunday.
Hugs,
Betsy

RuneE said...

A lick of paint and a nail or two seem to be needed - a very nice catch.

Carver said...

That is definitely falling apart but makes a wonderful shot.

Aileni said...

Going... going...
...photogenically.

Dagrun said...

Ouf, nostalgic and sad, and beautiful in monochrom!

Robin said...

It's like a shot out of time. Perfect for black and white.

Liz said...

Can imagine old woodsmen living there.

Dina ... UK said...

What a lovely shamble, I would feel quite at home...lol
Very good composition.

kden said...

A beautifully but sad shot of a long ago building. Looks wonderful in Mono.

Rose said...

Another one I wish could talk!

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Seems such a shame seeing barns falling down but they look fantastic in mono.

judi said...

Nice, what was it in it's prime?

bettyl said...

That's a great shot. Love the old, abandoned places.

slim said...

I also can't resist an building that nature is reclaiming. So many stories here.

allhorsestuff said...

They are appearing to sink and diminish as time rolls on. Do wonder who moved on from them long ago? Very nice B/W

Greyscale Territory said...

This building may be disintegrating, but what a fascinating, evolving artwork!

Daryl said...

Love this .. but I was wondering if next week you could enter the URL for the mono shot rather then your general blog URL... thanks!

Clueless in Boston said...

Tumble-down and already deteriorated. Great shot of the shack, it really cries out for b&w and you captured it perfectly.

PERBS said...

It would not look so appealing as a photo if it were in color. Interesting places you find there!

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