Oh Andrea, I just love this photo. Gosh, I don't think even a lot of TLC would help this poor building. Your Cardinal photos are wonderful. We have some here and I just love watching them. Especially when they are feeding their young 'uns. (of course, not right now, but in a few months) Joe is outside shoveling up a lot of yesterday's snow. In a little while, we'll be heading out for Pogo's first appointment today. A bath and a haircut first, then his check up with the doctor. Today we will get his "healthy for travel" letter. We need that for the plane. I don't know why, they never ask to see it. We leave for Florida in a week and a half. I hope the weather behaves so that we can leave on time. I can't believe how quickly the time has been flying by. I hope our time in Florida goes a lot more slowly. It's time now to start getting ready to leave. You and Izzi keep warm and have a fabulous day. Hugs, Edna B.
Oh - a forgotten hous. And in sepia.You did so ell :)Have a nice day.Mormor
This looks as if you carved the shot with effects, but it is just the way the barn is falling...cool catchhttp://lauriekazmierczak.com/neve-ne%C2%B7ve/
I feel sorry for that poor building!
ouch, the barn is falling down. Reminds me I have to go for a photshoot. We have a barn like that not far away. Love the sepia tint on this one. Thanks for your kind words. I do hope we sould get a few more people, Then I could start with prompts again. It´s a challenge for me too as I rarely think about what images I want to do before I give the prompts. But...you can always do birdarts :)
Oh yes this is cool. I like it alot.
Fabulous image but what is " hump" day?
Hump Day is the middle of the week ... you have made it to the top of the hump and can now slide into your weekend. In America we have several commercials using camels to illustrate Hump Day ... they are very funny and have caught on as a catch word for the middle of the week ... Thanks for asking Margaret ... I am sure you are not the only one that doesn't know what Hump Day is ... :) Andrea
That one may be beyond repair! Great picture.Great to hear that Australia is on the list - but the fare from Bangkok to Australia will be much less than the once from the USA!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Just a lovely photo of decay!
Wonderful. I feel a bit dizzy looking at it, poor building seems to be falling apart. You did an awesome job with the Sepia edit.
Wonderful weathering that looks so artistic in sepia.
The ramshackle building was a perfect choice for a sepia image.
SO perfect in sepia!