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I became quite sad when a I spotted this beautiful Georgian Fanlight on an about to be demolished house in Leamington Spa.

Sad because, as a long retired carpenter joiner I know just how much skill, care and craftsmanship went into the making of it, long ago in a traditional Joinery workshop, where all timber was sawn, then planed up and shaped via hand tools.

This Fanlight is a comparatively simple one, but beautiful nevertheless.........note too the beautiful Georgian Glass with all its original surface blemishes and wrinkles......it has lasted intact all these years.....soon to be smashed up without a second thought.

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Recording media:RAW (digital)
Title:DECAYING GRANDUER
Username:hobbo hobbo
Uploaded:26 Dec 2013 - 4:04 PM
Tags:Architecture, Black & white, Detail, Mono, Windows, Woodwork
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handlerstudio
handlerstudio e2 Member 2handlerstudio vcard United States5 Constructive Critique Points
26 Dec 2013 - 5:06 PM

As a furniture maker and woodworker, I am with you. And, in a perverse way, there is something beautiful about houses, barns, cars, boats p, etc., as they decay and return to the earth

Peter

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Joline
Joline e2 Member 8Joline vcard United States51 Constructive Critique Points
26 Dec 2013 - 11:01 PM

So beautiful, the workmanship was so much better than it is now. It is sad that it couldn't be rescued.

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