This is an old abandoned building at the edge of the Salt Lake. It's amazing how as older buildings deteriorate there seems to be some sort of process whereby strange painting becomes more visible. Usually this paint-appearance phenomenon takes the form of large stylized letters, although more recognizable shapes and pictures are also frequently seen.
In my country this process is sometimes seen on brand new buildings as well. Especially shining white walls are prone to this paint-appearance phenomenon.
The home of not1word apparently isn't as cosy as yours, Don. He should try some gardening
You are quite correct, Norrel. White does seem to be an aggravating factor in the paint virus.
Thank you, Don. I was looking for a less clicked view of this joint.
Back to you, Norrel. Please to be leaving my gardening and housekeeping skills out of the conversationing. It is all we can do to find time to check the I.D. of all the graffiti artisans.
and this is quite a nice doorway, too! quite artistic, with the angle of the shadow mirroring the slope of the mountains beyond.
Thank you very much, Bits. I really appreciate that. The struggle for me was finding an exposure that would let some of the graffiti show, without blowing out the brighter outside stuff. This doesn't come naturally to me, you know...
Nicely composed with just the right amount of interior detail.
Hello, Marilyn. Thanks for the friendly comment. I hope all is well in your neck of the woods.
Brilliant. Love it.
Thank you very much, Russ.
Muy bonito contraluz.
Gracias mucho, Nacho. Esperaba que podría conseguir el interior para aparecer un poco a pesar de ese exterior ligero brillante.
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Photo taken in Salt Lake County, UT, USA
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