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Dilapidated wall

By salja03
An interesting, if slightly abstract wall of a dilapidated house in Estonia. Beautiful old house left to ruin. C & C welcome as always.

Tags: Architecture Yellow Wall Distressed

Voters: Leo, Steveman, Scotty and 8 more

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Scotty 11 64 1 Scotland
4 Jan 2007 11:34PM
Feel this is better than the other shot of the complete house. There must have been hundreds of photo opportunities on that one property!

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salja03 9 12 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2007 11:37PM
Thanks Scotty, I agree. And I did take quite a few of this house, only a couple worked though. The main house shot I have put up to try and understand why it just doesn't quite work. I can see it doesn't I just can't work out why! This one I am quite happy with though.
Annandale 11 4
5 Jan 2007 1:37AM
agree with scotty
must go to estonia
Leo 14 46 9 England
13 Jan 2007 11:27AM
I sent up a mod, see what you think. It's deserving of more attention but who can work out why not? I gave up along time ago LOL

salja03 9 12 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2007 11:37AM
thanks for the Mod Leo. What I actually saw though was what was in the pic I posted. I only slightly added more saturation to the original, and that was because the flat light of the dull day meant it didn't 'live up' to the original... But thanks anyway Smile
Leo 14 46 9 England
13 Jan 2007 1:56PM
I'm meaning more on the lines of seeing _through_ the windows to the inside and the added sharpness of them, more than anything else James. The treatment has the effect of bringing out more detail. I added the extra saturation, that's a matter of choice I guess but not the detail, which was already there to be brought out that little bit more. Well seen thoughSmile It reminds me too of some of the crumbling places in Venice, which are often the same colour.


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