I wonder why both tarps are half lifted up. Someone must have been curious about what was underneath
looks to me like the bricks are ‘flashing’ us!
Ooh, and they’re stacked! 😉
That was what caught my attention in the first place.
Looks nice. I like the wrought iron work
I especially like the curly bits on the door.
I meant the French windows.
For some reason it suggests Old Hollywood. There is a faded movie star hidden away in that building. Wonder if they are alive or really faded. 🙂
I’m not going to check!
You’ve shot these in a way that (in my mind) makes me think (and begin to wonder) these units could be occupied… or vacant… like you’re not quite sure (someone might open a door or appear in a window at any moment, or there might not have been anyone there for quite some time). I think maybe it’s the covers, and the grass slowly growing up between the stones in the walk… and the lack of the random ‘stuff / clutter’ of people…
I’m glad these got your imagination going. 🙂
I agree with elmediat – Old Hollywood for sure, and creepy, spooky. Gloria Swanson in “Sunset Boulevard”. “All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up”.
Poor ol’ Norma.
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