plaster can't cover up anything forever... as far as i can see this is a window that has been bricked in a long time ago... a little sad really, i love windows and light, without these i think i would go totally mad...keep well...
That would make a neat painting - such wonderful textures and shapes.
i love shots of worn and crumbling buildings(maybe i identify) :)thank you
This is an interesting picture. I''m not quite sure what it is, but can't help wondering what lies behind it...
bart: you are quite right. it made me wonder, too, why the window in the first place (it's a wall of an old stable) and why it has been bricked.thank you and take care.janice: yes, i was attracted to the textures, too. wouldn't know about painting, though :)thank you, janicefloots: jusging by the photos of you i would disagree about similarity :)cheersleigh rusell: well, it's a crumbling wall of an old, now derelict building that was once a stable, i suspect.thank you for looking in
Walls can be so wonderful. This is a top example. If I ever stop to take a photo of a wall people always seem to look at me as if to say 'what are you photographing, theres nothing there' - they miss so much thats right in front of them!
jem: i agree, the textures of walls can be fascinating.and i like bricks in any form :)thank you
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