Nice Marilyn -- it won't be long before the kudzu eats this door alive.
My thoughts exactly, Bruce! I'm glad I got it before it's devoured.
It is so interesting to see it from this side! What Bruce doesn't know, is that this is a VAST improvement from it's earlier day. The kudzu has been greatly reduced actually. When I was there, so many months back, it was a complete and utter impossibility to stand where you stood in order to get such a shot. I am pleasantly surprised and intrigued to see this view! I wonder how old this building is? Have you any idea?
It's a wonderful shot, and I am enjoying seeing your new GEORGIA collection so much! It is an honor to have you visit our state.
Warmest regards on this chilly evening,
Very nice shot of this abandoned place. It is good you got there when you did.
I've heard about kudzu. It does add some atmosphere, but at what a price! Beautiful shot, though Marilyn. The lighting on the stonework is very mellow and rich.
We battle with English Ivy, Morning Glory, and Himalayan blackberry brambles here.
I love this composition with the sweeping and swooping "S" formed by the arch of the door and the plant. Great feeling.
Mary Alice, they had obviously cleared out this area since your visit. There were only a few strands of kudzu crawling across the ground on which I walked. (It was definitely too cold for snakes!) I didn't try to go around to the other side--I don't scramble up and down slopes the way I used to. I'll ask Diane about the various buildings wen I have a chance.
Thank you, too, Margot and Nawitka, for your comments. It's interesting how different areas all have their own invaders!
And, Keith, I have several other photos of one door and one window - a very minor "motif" in my collection, I guess. But I agree that the swooping curves add something extra here. I'm glad you like it.
Excellent photo of the old door and window Marilyn! Nice composition and fine colours!
Best wishes from Ria
Lovely old building well captured Marilyn! Cheers, Irene
Excellent photo! Beautiful colours!
Many thanks, Ria, Irene, and Paul13. You know I can't go past a place like this without trying to photograph it!
Best wishes, Marilyn
I really like this photo
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Thank you, Alessandro, for your visit and comments. Greetings, Marilyn
And this is lovely...Greetings above the ocean, Jo
Thank you, Jo. You hae some very good door photos in your gallery. Greetings from Canada, Marilyn
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