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Nice composition, exposure and pov...great image :-)
J. Scott Coile
Well composed. I love the window framing. Nice toning!
Ana Carloto O'Shea
Never the contrast between "outdoors" and "indoors" seemed more powerful. Wonderfully composed.
You do take a can of bug killer with you Roe, don't you !! :>)
I see a new playground :-)
so desolate looking! wow! I like the framing in the broken window
Your composition and framing are right on. Wonderful image.
I'm holding this space for a friend...
Excellent Roe. I want to know the story of the building in the BG. Wealthy landowners, with the brick structure for hired help, or the gardening equipment? And imagine the young kids from the house getting into all sorts of trouble in the Brick House... so many possibilities!
God Roe, you find the most amazing places! I love this perspective.
I like the perspective, It is quite intriging. Could the house have been an office building for this masonry structure that you are in. Why was it abandoned? why is the masonry building in such disrepair, is it close to a populated area, why doesn't someone tear them down to reduce their taxes. This image has been on my screen for 20 minutes. I like it!