February 1, 2015 Esther Lane #1 Esther Lane #1 (2015)Ashley Lily Scarlett Like this:Like Loading... Related
I loved the abstract feel to this photo – could be an insect..
Thanks Valerie. An insect with very long legs. Tickly!
Ha! No pun intended but it made me smile as soon as I’d posted the reply!
I love it…but I don’t know why… Shape? Texture? Mystery?
Thank you, Sue. You don’t need to know why. Or rather I don’t need to know why! 🙂
Le mur ou les plantes se lamentent, le mur des lamentations quoi …!!!
Yes, neither the plant nor the wall look very happy, do they?
C’est l’esprit de votre geste qui compte …!!!
Well, I do think they both have a kind of beauty. 🙂
Les vieux murs cachent des secrets a vous de les percez …!!!
Hey, I like these comments in French, Laurent, I only had to look up one word this time: percer. 🙂
Percer is Discover …!!!
Ah, the translator thing said it was drill. I got your meaning anyway. 🙂
You have such an amazing eye! xx ellen
Oh, thanks so much, Ellen. x o x
The weeds coming.out of the wall,great creative eye
Thank you, Sheldon. I love how plants will take hold in the smallest spaces.
Classic old photograph style with dreamscape abstract. 🙂
Thank you, Joseph. The lane where this is is a treasure trove for me.
Thanks Richard. I was waiting for a friend and saw the light reflected on a big yellow wall so walked across the road to photograph it. Then I saw this wall. I took a number of shots that I’ll be posting. I also have to go back there as when we drove down the lane a bit later, I saw that it went on, around a corner for much longer than I had thought. I love lanes, they’re always so interesting.
Alien! And very cool.
Isn’t decay fascinating? Just so long as one doesn’t have to eat it or live in it.
Beautiful, and all the more poignant knowing the name of the lane for some reason.
I sure am glad I found that lane. I have to go back and shoot some more.
life between the cracks-nice
Thanks, Andy. 🙂