It is sad to see so many lovely old buildings being destroyed by decay, lack of care -- not to mention the lack of money! A great capture and reflection for the day. Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
It is a shame to just allow old buildings with such artistic beauty just crumble. I love when old buildings are given a face lift and given renewed hope.ToOdLeS.
joli coups d oeil ;o)65
The windows may be weathered, but so artistically different! Great shot!
such a sad statement to our economyI won't comment the next time- why? the aggravation of proving I'm not a robot.
Ahhh, if these windows could talk of things they've seen, what an epic novel they could tell! Cool picture. I won't let the robot detector stop me from leaving a comment! : )
We'll give it a try for a few days without the robot detector, but last time I did that I kept getting comments from . . . robots I guess . . . linking to places I surely did not want to go.
You must be right : money had become so tight those days, included for cities... Impossible to save every building from destruction and for this one it is quite a shame : I looks very nice.
It's a wonderful photo, but so sad that this beautiful building, I suppose, is falling apart!:)
What were the words from that old song : "I love you just the way you are" ?That is what I would say to a building like this...
It is sp sad tp see this beautiful era of architecture begin to decal and leave us. This was beautiful building in its day. Hope maybe some company comes along and restores it as others have been restored. genie
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