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Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 24 October 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

The years and the weeds have overgrown this old place; an open window gapes vacantly at this pile of brush which someone has left for another time.

NIKON D80 1/125 second F/4.2 ISO 400 122 mm

Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

I like how the overgrown part is in focus and the house is just "back there" in a soft focus. Great in b&w, makes it look kind of spooky.

24 Oct 2009 6:04am

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

Even your commentary sounds poetic! This is good for Halloween too,imo:)

24 Oct 2009 8:18am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

I love effect, bravo Glenn, it's almost supernatural :)

24 Oct 2009 11:22am

bigezbear from New Orleans, United States

I'm really enjoying this series. Reminds me of my hometown in Cajun country when I was growing up, and places like this were common and all too available to young explorers.

24 Oct 2009 12:50pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

I like the depth of field here.

24 Oct 2009 3:01pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

I really like the processing. It is perfect for the image.

24 Oct 2009 3:34pm

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

A fine image of decay and natures rejeneration.

24 Oct 2009 3:37pm

Stephen Phillips from San Francisco, United States

Perfect depth-of-field here, Glenn - a moody and memorable image.

24 Oct 2009 4:24pm

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

I love the depth of field to bring focus on the weeds.

24 Oct 2009 9:22pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

The B&W brings out the texture of the brush, looks great against the soft DOF.
Good eye for this shot.

25 Oct 2009 3:04am

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

Great in B&W! This looks like a fun place to photograph! I enjoyed the entire series!

25 Oct 2009 3:30am

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

It looks fine by day but would be spooky by night.

25 Oct 2009 4:42am

Chris Pereira from San Jose, CA, United States

i love the windows especially the dark ones, because that leaves you wondering whats inside.

25 Oct 2009 4:49am

Judy from Brooksville, Florida, United States

If only these old homes could tell us their tales of woe... great images, Glenn.

25 Oct 2009 8:27pm

1/125 second
ISO 400
122 mm