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It seems everywhere I go in Leeds there are buildings being knocked down.
Very well composed and taken image,Barbara ,well done,
They look very new bricks, Barbs, what a waste. Carol
This is the recession Barbara, when that is over the cleared spaces will have new buildings put on them and the world will start making money again. Your hill is raw and has it's own charm, because of the rebirth around the corner. You must have seen this as you took the picture?
Like Carol, I'm seeing new bricks here - there's no mortar attached.
Get in quick, there's enough intact ones to build a barbecue!
Love your own version of the layered light!
A waste of material here, Moira's right.........get yourself a barbecue built
a sad sign of the times barbara love the light and detail a cracking capture nice one
Good use of light Barbara, finished collecting bricks for the barbie yet? Carole
An unusual find, great composition, great contrasting colours, great light, great photograph.
Cracking shot Barbara, great composition, textures and tones, well spotted and captured.
Nicely captured Barbara, I've a feeling if you go back there in the next day or so you might find a fair few EPZers loading up their cars!! My first thoughts were, I could use some of them for my raised beds .
and when u have finished building the BBQ get up here and build one for me they look to be in good nick nice to see something different
Happy new week
I don't want a BBQ as I will be expected to do the cooking, I'll settle for a new shed, well spotted and taken. - gary
...............my thoughts were laying some paths between some of my vegetable plots - hope they do get re-cycled
Go with Moira's suggestion and build a barbeque.
I hope they find a use for the bricks Barbara rather than use for landfill.
Wondering what they use the old bricks for?
Super image Babara,"from out of the ash's".
A strange phenomenon indeed that everywhere you go you leave behind a pile of rubble.
You are either a very unlucky girl,
or perhaps you are being stalked by a demolition man !!
They look very useful Barbara. Where exactly is this?
lovely detail in a pleasant composition - good record of the current climate. I hope the photographer's properties in the South Leeds area are safe!!
As said above, those bricks in the foreground look quite new! It's a good job you haven't specified the exact location, as I feel a few people would be round there collecting them!
I see you trying Hard core images now...
What a mess they made...
I like the comp and detail...
could almost be letters of the alphabet by the shapes on the bricks, great photo opportunity well used
Great capture and textures.
I just read Carol's comment and oh my word, those bricks ARE so very new, aren't they??
Over here, everywhere I go there are road works. This, that and the other pipeline or cable or whatsit is being laid. And then the same road will be opened up again later to lay something else. People seem to like digging up and knocking down things!
Something about you Barbara, LOL? What you gonna build with the bricks? Well captured. Moira
Well seen and taken. As has been said, those bricks look very new . . .
Mmmmmm, could it be something to do with you Barbara? I reckon you are doing psychic demolitions and this is irefutable evidence. Lovely crisp image.
Lovely and very 'knocked down' this lot Barbara
guess now someone needs to start rebuilding
amazing what you see, and then make into a most unusual image for us
So were was this then Barbara?
The big bad wolf huffed and puffed and blew the house down! No the demolition gang moved in and provided you with an interesting shot to take.
Nice composition, devastation everywhere.. Peter
Good image! Makes a fun abstract, I like the different colours of the mounds. IB
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