A companion piece to my last posting of the abandoned cars. They were in the remains of a shed attached to this ruinous clapboard and corrugated iron shack. I rather liked the jacaranda tree adding another spot of colour over the roof, or what's left of it. In Merewether Heights, a suburb of Newcastle.
In the Workshop, you can see an overview of the building, with the cars in the background.
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lousat (92050) 2014-05-13 1:34
Hi Will,2 beautiful pics showing us this abandoned house,the life continue on the tree with its magic purple flowers and is finish on the house.Great capture of this corner with very bright colors and fine detail everywhere,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Mics (978) 2014-05-13 2:49
Interesting rustic photo with the flowers in bloom adding life to an abandoned feeling. :-)
jhm (153748) 2014-05-13 4:45
You found again a abandoned place with an old barn but without old cars.
I like your workshop picture through the nice bleu flowers on these tree in foreground.
These picture is of great quality as well as composition, also technical perfect.
Sharpness and clarity be superb, nice perspective and depth picture.
A nice composition, lovely presentation
Very well done, TFS
dekanski (5445) 2014-05-13 10:55
Great! So simple, but so nice!
mesutilgim (95380) 2014-05-21 12:54
Very nice springy scenery perfect captured. Very good layout and nice light.
TFS and best regards
Tigerlily (3379) 2014-05-23 12:55
I like this photo. I'm not good at critiquing photos... but I do like the 'door to door', the shady shed, and the purple flowers in the deep blue sky....the colour and the clarity are superb. I only just found out that it was taken with a film camera.. obviously the digital still has something to catch up down to the colour.
BTW, thanks for your critique that's what I want.
delpeoples (58314) 2014-05-30 9:18
Gidday dear Will
Oooh not good Feng Shui this, the front door directly in line with the back door ;) But I like the concept of the natural air conditioning. The Jacaranda tree is the star of the show and contrasts delightfully with the reddish tones. Well done, I like these lesser known Aussie corners you keep finding.
Cheers and happy Friday
adores (45637) 2014-06-17 16:55
I like both shots. Here, the jacaranda tree adds a lot to the composition and the old house still catch my eye, I'd really love to visit it inside. Very good colours also, it kept its quality in spite of the age.
williewhistler (16398) 2014-11-13 11:48
I have no idea how I managed to miss these cracking images the first time around.
The tatty weatherboard and the rusty corrugated iron roof nestling under the Jacaranda make such colourful and attractive photographs.
It`s a sad and sorry sight now, but I guess that it once was someone`s happy home.