1910 - 2010

18 comments :

Leo said...

Nothing stays the same. Nice pallette.

Kevin from OrganicPIX.com said...

Aged buildings like this are fascinating - makes the mind wonder who all has passed through those doors - like the framed composition and symmetrical feel of this!

PhotoGeek said...

Great shot of such an old building. I can't help but wonder who the chair is waiting for.

jelb said...

bonjour,
an amazing photo for a fundamental and agonizing issue..bravo!

domlortha said...

I like this picture: the composition is perfect with the empty chair waiting for no-one! Great colors too.
Have a nice day.

Ken Mac said...

where what? This is absolutely fantastic. Great find and excellent shot.

Frau G said...

old, deserted and very beautiful

Otto said...

seems a shame to see a building like this. the chair out front is pretty cool.

Paula said...

Time has been hard on this one. Still beautiful, but in an entirely different way.

K.B.R said...

Impressive shot!

sherri said...

What a great old structure. I'm guessing you went inside. Be looking forward to seeing.

T. Becque said...

Cool shot! What was this building?

yz said...

what a cool scene

LeftyRodriguez said...

Great decay! Stark and impersonal, capturing the mood in an unique way. Excellent!

ainda2 said...

I'm happy too...:-)
another slogan: "the power of money destroys the beautiful things"
I explain: there were beautiful houses at Paulista Av but the strength of capitalism and its provision for destruction
contributed to the houses disappearance.
Then appeared tall buildings these I'm showing you all the time.

well...Lodz! Why abandoning of the beautiful things like that?
is so difficult for me understand why the governments behave like that...in complete disregard ...

but I would'nt like to talk about sad things. sorry!
Your artistic image is enough to me!
You are getting better, FS!

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

I love all the textures in this beauty of aging and loveliness. Age doesn't have to mean we are less beautiful.

Kala said...

I love the tones in this shot and I wish I lived back then.

Colors Inc said...

great scene you captured here... so much to see