Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned


watch tower

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60 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

    • Again I went shooting at the worst possible time of the day, but when travelling one can’t be too picky ;). The subject of the photo is what makes it interesting, but thank you I will gladly accept your compliment about composition and contrasts :). I am not ungrateful Ese :D.


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  3. My home is my castle or at least my tower even if it’s an abandoned tower… πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

    Excellent work… πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚


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  6. you know what came to my mind seeing this? bonsai tower of babel!! πŸ™‚ and the stairs to nowhere is the icing on the cake! nice shot! πŸ™‚


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  12. Just beautiful Paula ! I read all the comments but no clues. Where is it?


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  16. Very interesting! And awesome capture, Paula. It definitely left us wondering … I guess for the good part.


  17. This is such a great photo – the two windows at the top almost look like eyes – and the center opening feels like a mouth – and the weathering effect seems like tears – or hints of sadness – there even seem to be window ears – and the top part – with its different color seems like hair. the mood of this – as well as the subject – really fits the word abandoned so well. πŸ™‚ ~yvette.


      • okay, had to add this old children’s poem that the photo reminded me of:

        By Aileen Fisher

        Houses are faces
        (haven’t you found?)
        with their hats in the air,
        and their necks in the ground.
        Windows are noses, windows are eyes,
        and doors are the mouths of a suitable size.
        And a porch- or the place where porches begin-
        is just like a mustache shading the chin.


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