Gentle Decay

By woolybill1
Life at the Ouseburn often proceeds at a slow pace.
(Previously shown in mono).

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Tags: Colour Photo journalism General Architecture Townscape

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bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
15 Nov 2018 7:46AM

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NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2018 7:58AM
A familiar setting so very well captured showing Mother Nature reclaiming what after all is her property.

Thanks for sharing Bill

Regards NathanGrin
franken Plus
17 5.0k 4 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2018 7:59AM
Interesting, Bill.
15 Nov 2018 8:24AM
Looks rather Italianate. I wonder what it used to be.
woolybill1 Plus
13 30 75 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2018 8:29AM

Quote:Looks rather Italianate. I wonder what it used to be.

I must remember to check.
vivdy 8 2 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2018 8:40AM
Slowly turning green , a peaceful spot . Viv
cats_123 Plus
15 4.9k 29 Northern Ireland
15 Nov 2018 8:45AM
Tranquility 😀
15 Nov 2018 9:31AM
Nature soon takes over if the gardener is absent
15 Nov 2018 10:17AM
I like this style! Very good. And thank you very much for your UA. Regards KlausGrin
15 Nov 2018 10:48AM
Smashing shot, Bill. A great find and very well photographed.
Gentle decay? That's what my teeth suffer from Smile

SandraKay Plus
12 233 4 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2018 12:21PM
Sad to see the old place so neglected but it makes the shot much more interesting.
saltireblue Plus
9 10.1k 45 Norway
15 Nov 2018 1:52PM
It does look very idyllic, if one overlooks the visible decay...

TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 13 England
15 Nov 2018 2:39PM
Nice bit of decay here, Bill, being taken over by that tree by the looks of it - nice dappled light falling on it too 👍
Trev 😀
15 Nov 2018 7:37PM
Beautiful light, shadows and texture.
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2018 12:11AM
Well spotted... Great scene... Great photography...
Isabel GrinGrin

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