9 Replies to “Gradual decay”

  1. It always makes me sad to see beautiful things not taken care of properly…I bet once this was a beautiful place…..

    I enjoy your blog….

    1. I think it certainly was an impressive place years ago. Even in it's state of decay it is so interesting, maybe not beautiful, but the textures and faded colors are a photographer's dream.

      Thanks, Nancy, for your kind comment!

    1. I think that word disintegration sums up why scenes like this are fascinating. Often I wonder why my eye is drawn to structures like this…but in that process of decay there is a weird kind of beauty.

  2. I love how you composed this and the contrast between the beautiful wood and the decay. The reason I'm drawn to decay because of it's textures and the colors.

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