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Curtains of a Derelict House II

By nonur  
A close-up version of the previously uploaded image as suggested by Leo. A colour version of the same will be uploaded some other time when I will be short of images.Wink Thank you for seeing.

Thank you all folks for the clicks and kind comments on my previous upload. I am grateful to Patty and Britchie for placing their awards on my image. Sorry that I am a little late to keep up with the site.

Tags: Window Black and white Portugal Curtains Porto Curtains of a derelict house

Voters: AlfieK, mike9005, Joline and 44 more

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Joline Plus
14 30 58 United States
29 Jan 2019 12:51PM
There is always something so sad about the windows of a derelict house. Obviously the owners were trying to make it livable, it had a woman's touch.
29 Jan 2019 1:00PM
wonderfully nostalgic.. when i was a small boy there were similar curtains in the country house where my grandparents lived
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
29 Jan 2019 1:06PM
great find
Maiwand 13 3 73 England
29 Jan 2019 2:18PM
Excellent shot.
BobbyMS Plus
3 4 1
29 Jan 2019 5:16PM
Another winning window portrait.
mistere Plus
7 6 4 England
29 Jan 2019 6:36PM
Great mono Nezih. excellent work.

taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
29 Jan 2019 6:59PM
I find those lace type curtains very interesting-- Good to see them close up!
29 Jan 2019 8:35PM
The sort of image I love to see, Nezih.

11 10 10 England
29 Jan 2019 10:20PM
I like the fact that the curtains are still holding up its makes you wonder who used to live there
What there lives were like all social history blown away by the wind

Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2019 5:05AM
This such a fine composition... Excellent work!
Isabel GrinGrin
30 Jan 2019 8:30AM
Nice work
CaroleS Plus
10 442 3 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2019 10:28AM
Someone really cared!
Irishkate Plus
10 42 118 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2019 12:07PM
Beautifully nostalgic.

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