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Bet it has many memories. I love the screen on the window...and the door is the same colour as our door today.
Very fine shot!
Loads of detail, colours and textures in this well composed image.
An interesting image, you feel is if you would love to know what's inside.
Its my house!
Interesting shot, well composed with good colours
The exposure is good.The focus is good. The interest is good. The image is good.
Quote: The exposure is good.The focus is good. The interest is good. The image is good.
And I am good too..Ha Ha
hope the house doesn't fall
I always prefer the old to the new ...
my age has nothing to do with it
Love it. Detail and interest in spades.
What a lovely old weatherbeaten facade. So characterful.
A great find, love the held together look by a piece of string. A wonderful image...........Sandy
I so need to peek inside!
I have had four houses since I got married Mavis,and my first one was the happiest memories off all.Not least for the fact it only cost me a pound a week for the rent.It was only a room and kitchen,but it was a place to stay where we could call our ''own''.In these days,(1975),it was common to stay with either set of parents for the first couple of years while you saved up enough money to get your own place.I did not fancy that idea at all,and as my wife Jan worked in a property agent at the time,we had the chance to get the place for a cheap rent.What I did not tell her until we moved in was that the pub just down the road from it belonged to my uncle.This was quite a major factor in my reason for wanting to stay there too.To have a cheap place to stay and a cheap place to drink,seemed good enough reasons to get married I thought.Not bad reasons I suppose as 36 years later we are still together.It is a lot tougher nowadays though.The house we are in now costs more than a pound a week,and my uncle that had the pub is dead.The pub is still there though,but it is as dead as my uncle so I do not go there anymore.Yes,36 years later we are still together.But I fear the romantic memories of the early days has eluded me !!
No I dont believe that Mick....You are a true romantic at heart.
I believe it. Mick would not tell a lie........
Quote: I so need to peek inside!
Me too..I would love to do those ruined rooms shots but I need to be a bit braver
Hi mavis, full of character, great gray
A real image with character and history together Mavis
Aww in need of a bit of TLC - find the contrast between the age of the building and the graffiti interesting - how many generations later than the old building? - Ina
Such character in this old building. A shame that someone has to paint graffiti on it. I admire graffiti on city walls, but somehow it seems rather sad and out of place here. Disrespectful somehow.
Terrific detail, textures and colours in this delapidated old building
Quote: Terrific detail, textures and colours in this delapidated old building
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