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By hwatt  
This old boat shed at Blairs Loch has proved immensely fruitful over the years having been painted several times in alternating coats of red and blue. It is once again peeling away the years and even the ivy that climbs it's decaying flanks has died off and turned a crispy brown colour. I find these sorts of shot endlessly fascinating and this remains one of the best I have found and it happens to be more or less on my doorstep.

Pentax 67II, 90-180 zoom. f/22 at 4 Seconds, Fuji Velvia 50.

Tags: Scotland Decay Paint Peeling Moray Landscape and travel Forres Blairs Loch

Voters: woolybill1, dudler, notsuigeneris and 22 more



Beautiful colours and mixture of natural and the man-made decay.
28 Dec 2017 10:16PM
Decaying it may be Ian, but there is life in it. The more I look the more I see...from the running potato man bottom right, to the mouse hole bottom left. A very interesting shot. Pam
Spkr51 7 United States
29 Dec 2017 12:05AM
Well spotted , great shot ***** SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
Vambomarbleye 5 153 14 Scotland
29 Dec 2017 4:12PM
AndyTheBee 13 1 Scotland
29 Dec 2017 8:21PM

Quote:from the running potato man bottom right, to the mouse hole bottom left

I can see the mouse hole Pam, but a "running potato man" has beaten me I'm afraid. All I can see in the bottom right is a stumpy wizard in a pointy hat with a very short right arm. Smile

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