The little town of Molt, Montana is very small at best 50 people live there. The town has been in decline for more than 50 years. This little building used to be the only bank in town and is now a ghost of its former self. The only thing that lingers are the hardy yellow roses which give a tribute to the banks former glory.
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Noel_Byrne (31466) 2013-07-06 9:35
Great capture of this fine little ruin that tells of times past. Certainly modern banks have changed a lot since then, with their glass towers looking down on the rest of us, this image harks back to a simpler and possibly more honest time. The yellow roses are a great addition to the picture, breathing life into this no longer loved place. Nicely done!
pajaran (61294) 2013-07-06 10:30
Interesantan tekst ...
Lep pogled na staru, drvenu kucu ...
Dobar snimak, kontrast, lepe boje.
Ostala je stara kuca i uspomene.
Imajte lep dan, sve najbolje za vikend.
An interesting text ...
A nice view of the old, wooden house ...
Good picture, contrast, beautiful colors.
Other old houses and memories.
Have a great day, all the best for the weekend.
chrisvek (7001) 2013-07-06 10:58
So simple but splendid composition with awesome colors and nice lightning usage.Perfect POV and result.
Have a nice day
sandpiper (6788) 2013-07-06 23:21
Looks like a fine old wooden building. Good composition and POV.
snunney (100186) 2013-07-07 4:59
A bank building dating from the time when bankers served their customers rather than themselves! The yellow roses make a fine frame for the now rather dilapidated building. Good rendering of the tones and textures.
Didi (60588) 2013-07-18 22:33
Interesting point of view on this old house who shows the volume
Are you sure there is no money inside ?
clic (17129) 2013-09-06 6:35
That's a "spirited" phantomatic souvenir of a bank that appears in relative good shape; I mean no bullet holes on door or walls!
Hurrying burglers spilled gold coins on grass when going down the roof and they beautifully enliven this souvenir of real cowboy era.