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|This is a part of an architecture, has been built in British colonial period.The time swept the entire massive portion except this few windows. Last few months back Iíve got a chance to visit this architecture, Iím submitting this photograph with an expectation that it will fit to Friday theme- Erosion.|
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What a charming place....
This is a photographers delight!!
- [2012-09-21 8:42]
Erosion indeed, and nature taking over too.
I love the way the plants take hold and grow around items in the walling, tfs
Hello Joydeb,I always find it amazing the way that plants and trees seem to be able to colonise buildings with such ease.
You found an interesting place here, which shows decay and erosion.
I feel that it could be a little sharper, but maybe the soft focus adds to the mood of the shot.
Tfs, regards Jean.
- [2012-09-21 14:29]
Hi Joydeb,there is no doubt to me that your image fits this weeks theme.I'm not sure if the textures of this building,could have been a bit more clearer & sharper in details,but I wonder if it was your intention to have them soft, as another way to show their erosion & deteriation.TFS
Hi, I agree it looks very charming - giving slowly in to erosion and overtaking by Nature - the greenery enhance the scene.
Great contribution to Fridays Theme - Kind regards Monika
- [2012-10-14 6:42]
A very interesting photo. A tiny bit over-exposed IMO. You could have corrected it during post-processing by playing with the brightness and contrast.