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Friday, 11 November 2011

The Weekend in Black and White


This was once the stable yard of the hotel in Dungloe.
As you can see, it has become a storage or junk area.
There is even a tangle of lights left over from Christmas decorations some time ago!


You can find many more black and white photos from excellent photographers all over the world if you visit the Home Page.

32 comments:

Carver said...

I like photographs of old structures like this. Very appealing to me. Happy weekend!

Kitty said...

Some cleaning up and weeding and I think it'd be a great place to enjoy a coffee in the summer! Funny how christmas lights always get tangled ;)

anemonen said...

I like these photos even though I am a friend of order.Good work!

jams o donnell said...

I love the range of light and drk and the tones between

John said...

How long till the lights disappear ?

Birgitta - foto CHIP said...

It's really a pity - the stable looks so nice :)
However bad IRL looks good in b&w :)

Woody said...

I think abandoned places like this are so interesting and makes for great photography. Very nice!

NatureFootstep said...

it is so sad to see it abandoned and not taken care of. :(

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

What a shame - no doubt someone else will discover it and restore what appears to be an interesting
structure behind it all!

awarewriter said...

I wonder if the ghosts of the horses roam the yard at night?

Laerte Pupo said...

Very sad to see the abandonment of sites that already have the joy of many.

Rejen said...

Nice in b/w....but sad it is falling a part...;D

Gemma Wiseman said...

Art evolving through time with the help of the seasons and the weather! Very interesting!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

very nice black and white composition; definitely tells a story. thanks, kareninkenai

Maboe said...

:)

Sivinden said...

Abandoned, old buildings have their own beauty - perfect for b&w photography.

Leovi said...

A very poetic picture with a nice transition from light.

David said...

I tried to post a comment last night, but my server erased it! Ugh.
I love this shot. The smooth clean walls contrast so well with the tangle of lights. Well done.
David/ Houston B&W :-)

bettyl said...

You caught an interesting sight. It looks great in black and white.

Birgitta said...

A photo that tells a story. That's for sure! Great in b&w!

Gunsside said...

Always interesring, like it :)

A. @ A Changing Life said...

The ghost of Christmas past lurks there.

TheChieftess said...

Works well in Black and White!

magiceye said...

love the play of light in this one

Irene said...

Sad story ... so much junk :)

Wish you a great week!

Irene

strandskatan said...

Ver nice picture... very sad story...
I like the light :)
//Halina

Halcyon said...

The black and white adds to the lonely ambiance. A nice, if melancholy, scene.

lina@home sweet home said...

What a pity...
Dramatic shot!

Dimple said...

Too bad there are no horses here!

Do come back to see my circles from farther away!
Meditations of My Heart

Serline said...

This is a very interesting picture. I like the perspective and the light.

Helena said...

Always interested to find out what things once were. You captured quite an atmosphere in this one.

:)

ruma said...

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 The graceful sense wraps your artworks.

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I wish You all the best.

Have a good day.
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