Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/125, F9, ISO200, 48mm)
Loved this. Totally loved it.
Muchas gracias, Noelle, so nice you took the time to see some old ones, like this but not so sure about the weird monochrome color i chose here 😉
your perspectives are stunning! And this one very intriguing…
Oops, sorry for seeing this so late, but thanks for the compliment nonetheless; me, i´m not so sure about the treatment here but the sight of these walls and ruined see-throughs are among my favorite subjects for sure!
All the best to you, Ron
Not . a prob at all! I’m not much better myself at the mo 🙂
To capture pictures like this, they hold a story, it’s what I like about it. Well done capturing this ‘story’!
All the best to you too, Ron.
YUM YUM YUM!
Muchas gracias, thanks for support!
Thank you very much for your support, Sandra!
I love the textures you’ve brought out in this.Great shot.
Thank you, Edith, the sun was just in the right spot 😉
Love that diagonal slash through the middle of the picture.
Gracias, the eyecatcher for me too for starters…
You have made excellent use of the light direction to enhance the impact of the textures.
Thank you, Louis, sometimes a wall and the position of the sun seem to agree!? greetings, Ron
Morbid structure, but fascinating …
Yep, lots of decay in this country, not only with the economy of nowadays. Thank you, Ron
Gorgeous texture. Great shot. As ever.
Thanks, that kind of you to say, Margaret, I appreciate your support very much! greetings, Ron
I love the texture in this shot and the composition is great with the small window and strong diagonal shadow. Lovely!
Thanks very much, Noeline, the diagonal shot cuaght my intention and then I saw the window and later on another weirdly shaped window on the right, greetings, Ron
Wonderful texture in this shot. It reminds me of mudding up adobe houses outside Santa Fe.
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Bill! So many areas, structures and colors reminded me of the South West of the US, unfortunately didnt hit Santa Fe, kept to Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California.
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