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Friday, November 18, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: Abandoned

This building is abandoned but solid just the same. I shot it in the Thurmond, West Virginia in May.

Click for the home of the weekend in black and white.


Judy said...

What an awesome b&w shot of this.

John said...

Looks as though it was meant to withstand Civil War roundshot.

anemonen said...

I do really love this post. Have a nice weekend!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

very nice detail and clarity; wonderful image and composition. i enjoy windows and doorways always. thanks for sharing, kareninkenai (weekend in b/w)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful stonework, it looks like it could be a castle with the bars on the window.

Indrani said...

Great work in B&W! Looks abandoned with this effect.

lina@home sweet home said...

Lovely B&W shot...

Ranu said...

Love the pic.... Very clear and beautiful.

Irene said...

Interesting shot ... and great mono!

Gillian Olson said...

Abandoned is the perfect title, great shot.

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

Very nice composition!
Thanks for sharing;o)

Happy weekend****

Dragonstar said...

I like it so much. I love old windows in old walls, and you've captured this so well.

Genie said...

The old stone walls are wonderful, and the iron bars on the window add a great touch to the overall capture. Such am awesome shot. Makes me think of a convent. You were able to give lots of detail and texture in this one. genie

Rejen said...

Great shot, love old buildings they do great in b/w...;D

DeLi said...

i love it...i can imagine myself walking in this place

SandyCarlson said...

This was built for the ages! What a great photo.


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