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Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Indeed . . the circle of Life . .

11 Nov 2019 6:36am

Ralf Kesper from Fröndenberg, Germany

My favourite of the day. I like this a lot!

11 Nov 2019 8:23am

Gérard Flayol from Allauch, France

Excellent, excellent !!!!

11 Nov 2019 9:20am

Shaun from Massachusetts, United States

Excellent image of decay.

11 Nov 2019 9:25am

Olivier P from Tlse, France

Old is beautiful !!! Love this catch ! well done !

11 Nov 2019 10:34am

Anita from West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States

You did an excellent job in seeing and bringing out the beauty in this decay through colors and textures.

11 Nov 2019 1:11pm

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Ces carreaux cassés cette fenêtre et le autres en vieux bois superbe
Belle soirée

11 Nov 2019 4:10pm

Libouton Martine from Bousval, Belgium


11 Nov 2019 5:01pm

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

belles couleurs

11 Nov 2019 5:27pm

Marjolein from Westvoorne, Netherlands

In one word...Beautiful

11 Nov 2019 5:55pm

Jean-Luc.M from Nancy et ailleurs, France

Superb, I like this urbex picture

11 Nov 2019 6:24pm

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Indeed a beautiful patina of age, very well framed and with superb character and colour.

11 Nov 2019 6:46pm

christine from nederhorst den berg, Netherlands

I love decay, so many stories untold!

11 Nov 2019 7:27pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

That certainly is beautiful.

11 Nov 2019 11:30pm

Elaine Hancock from Olney, United States

A gorgeous composition. I love the colors and the textures. There is something I love about old run down buildings. You title describes it perfectly. 5*

12 Nov 2019 1:36am

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

beauty indeed

12 Nov 2019 2:08am

Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

beautiful photo Gary!

12 Nov 2019 5:22pm

Benkirane Thami from Fès, Morocco

Un triptyque qui donne à voir trois états d'une fenêtre...5*

12 Nov 2019 9:59pm

Jerry from Aberdeen, United States

I know that the UK has a moist climate, but this building must be located somewhere near the coast because this moldy look is familiar to what we have here in Aberdeen, Washington - we average about 190 cm of rain per year. From an ugly blight to something pretty, nicely done.

13 Nov 2019 3:36am

@Jerry: Actually it's Porto, in northern Portugal. Gets around 1100 mm annually and it's on the coast. But I get what you mean about the mould and moss etc, definitely the case where I live in north-west Wales.


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