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Friday, 22 April 2011

The Weekend in Black and White


More renovations in Dungloe.

The building below has been a shell for nearly a year.

This is the rear of the building.


This is what remains of the stairway...



...and the wheelbarrow store under it.



This is the front of the building, looking almost normal.


I have no idea when the work will be completed.

I hope all of you who celebrate Easter have a wonderful weekend.

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19 comments:

Lucy Corrander said...

. . . or who will move in?

Lucy

Carver said...

Interesting set of shots. I wonder what it will be like when finished.

Woody said...

Interesting mix of old and new. I hope they can finish, it will be beautiful.

Anna Carin Ahlander said...

It would be nice to se it when its finish :) nice pictures of your dream :)
Happy Easter// Anna

REJEN said...

Wonderful shots...;-D

Lesley said...

someone must have run out of money before they ran out of ideas

Kitty said...

The way the back wall has been removed, and the shape of the stairwell - it is like a doll's house!

Genie said...

I hope you will keep us posted with updated shots so we can see how the renovation is progressing. Love you photos today.

James said...

The top photo reminds me of a looking in a large dollhouse.
I like the reflection of the lamp in thr bottom photo. Nice shots!

Dimple said...

How odd. When I first looked, I thought it was a careful demolition in progress. But reading the comments, then going back to look again, I'm not so sure
Very interesting series!

awarewriter said...

Looks like a war zone. Nicely documented. Nothing lasts forever.

LauraX said...

The first photo made me think of a doll's house! Happy Easter!

anemonen said...

Wow I love thoose shots. My favorite motives. Happy Easter.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Great shot. If I always say that, it's because it's always true. Happy Easter!

Cildemer said...

Very nice set of pics! Let's hope someone will finish it one day!

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Happy Easter****

magiceye said...

fallen apart!

nice captures

aileni said...

Withtwo such buildings within a stone's throw, I think it is a further example of the times we live in - courtesy of the Fat Cats.

Serline said...

Reminds me of our house in Singapore, when it was being renovated. We had a bunch of senior citizens working for us, not the fastest bunch, but lots of experience and attention to detail. Hope this does not remain like the many abandoned buildings around Bangkok...

lina@home sweet home said...

Hope it will become a wonderful house one day...