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The interior of this croft has seen better days but it interesting what gets left behind, suitcase, teapot, plates, B/W television.
Just liked the light in this one- which was coming from a bit of a hole in the roof!
Worth view large if you have the time.
Thanks for Looking
Looks like a tornado passed through here, going to a better life so left the b&w tele behind as you might. Harris is full of wee surprises.
great comp cracking colours and detail a corker nice one
Superb colours and tone Richard. +++++
Large really is awesome
What a brilliant image
My mind is running amok with all sorts of theories about the past of that room
Seems the UK has a few of these old ruined abandoned houses/crofts/buildings etc Richard, even on remote places like Harris...well spotted.
A cracking shot Richard - lovely details and light.
Fascinating and detailed record shot.
Nice photo with great details...Lighting is superb.
Lovely lighting and an interesting subject.
A very well taken image of an abandoned property. It makes you wonder who looses in finance!!! Well done
I'd love to go to one of these deserted homes they tell such tales
love the processing.lesley
You have turned detritus into beauty with your processing.
Thanks for all your comments everyone, much appreciated.
Fab processing and the image is great too. HDR?
Great image Robert - lots of detail and lovely light !
A good photo proves that a mess can be beautiful
Excellent image Richard. The eye goes to that slanting light from the roof but then spots the open door and the light on the corridor wall adding some intrigue.
Loads of i wounder who lived here.....Jack.
What a find Richard! Like the shafts of light from the roof - excellent PP!
Certainly could do with re-decorating! Very nicely captured, though, Richard, and as you say, the shaft of light coming in through the roof really adds to the shot.
The light is so perfectly captured and it has to be seen in Large, so much to see
excellent light you caught here Richard very well done hope thats not your living room lol.
Do not think they do this up in the TV program 60 minute make over LOL
Great lighting & I like the open it makes me what to see more of the croft
Very nice capture Rich.
A life left Richard. Ron.
Many thanks for all your comments everyone, some of which made me LOL.
Yes the large picture works well Rich , i like the door in the composition
very appealing and interesting - I think its the open door. Excellent work. A
excellent shot Rich
Great capture, tells the whole story.
Nice soft HDR-like treatment with a superb observation of the light from that hole in the roof
These kind of old falling down places hold so much to photograph. Here it is the light that has made this specially appealing.
Thanks for all your comments eveyone, very much appreciated.
Supper is the word im looking for.
Love the shot and processing Richard, looks a little like our house after the water tank had overflowed and bought the ceiling down
urban landscape at its best, lighting detail and composition first class.
Looks like a spot of the Nick Knowles' touch is needed here. Well captured shot.
Brill capture Richard - but so sad too.
Super shot Richard, looks like a great location.
What an excellent shot, well composed.
Stunning location and shot Richard.
Dear Richard, Beautiful image,very well lighted and composed.
Best regards, Ali
nicely done love the colours
Marvellous work and your processing and lighting balance is excellent. Looks like someone left in a hurry?
Excellent image, what a find! I love this sort of thing, makes my imagination go wild!
Great image.well done.
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