Friday, October 19, 2012

New Occupant

Abandoned Stone Building, near Celo, North Carolina
 © Doug Hickok  All Rights Reserved



Where people once lived, Mother Natured moved in.



24 comments:

  1. What stories these stones could tell. Have a good weekend Doug

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  2. You have to stare at it, Doug, to figure it out! WOW.

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  3. At first I thought, that it are images on the wall.
    All colors perfectly matched.
    It was not us was the forest, it will not us, will be the forest.

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  4. wonderful composition and so beautiful stones!
    Happy Friday dear Doug!
    Léia

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  5. Fantastic framing and patterns.
    Lime the way in included some grass, to "break" the other tones...

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  6. I like the symmetrical framing of this extra-ordinary vision of stone and flora. And a nice weekend to you all.

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  7. Superb view - fantastic merging of inside and out.

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  8. Wow, I love this one Doug. The richness in color, the framing, the contrast between something manmade and nature.

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  9. Beautiful composition. The sharpness and the colors are perfect.

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  10. Amazing. This buiding must have been fantastic once upon a time. I really like the construction of the blocks. I think I could spend hours studying each one of those rocks. LOL! Beautiful photo.

    Lili

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  11. How pretty! It takes my brain a minute to put this scene together, it's so unexpected. Very nice :)

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  12. Oh yeah, there are actually some trees behind the stone wall. I too thought they were images on the walk originally. You always provide fresh and interesting photos!

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  13. I like it, I can see the fall. nice photo, greetings

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  14. Is the glass half empty or half full?
    Did Mother Nature move in or move out? ;o)


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  15. this is what i call a WALL !!! too bad the building has gone to pieces ...
    brilliant compo and frame, and brilliant colours and tones !

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  16. La beauté de ces pierres s’harmonise parfaitement avec les couleurs de la forêt.

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  17. Great eye Doug--excellent result!

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  18. Great eye to catch this! Great shot with geometry and textures!
    Have a nice day.

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  19. the forest's entrance, i like it.. :) great catch!

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