much to renovate!

Posted by kate (lincolnshire, United Kingdom) on 21 March 2010 in Architecture and Portfolio.

much to renovate! in need of a new life!!

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SOUL AFLAME from The bosom of Mother Nature, United Kingdom

The textural variances captured here are wonderfully detailed, Kate. Patched and bodged brickwork of different eras clash and combine to reveal the degradation of this once proud structure. Nicely observed and captured.

21 Mar 2010 8:24am

@SOUL AFLAME: Thanks SOUL :} I will see if I can get back .. once work is done or on its way !!

Marilla from Turku, Finland

There's much of beautiful ugliness (or ugly beauty) in this house.

21 Mar 2010 9:25am

@Marilla: thanks haha yes!! it is getting a new face!!:)

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

Indeed... a lot of work there ! Great capture Kate :) Have a nice sunday !

21 Mar 2010 9:34am

@Tamara: thanks Tamara. hope your weekend was good!!:) mine was brill :)

kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

This is so interesting, all the different brick work tell their own story of a building that has been 'renovated' more than once.

21 Mar 2010 10:03am

@kiwisa: yes. thanks quite an old property.. being fixed up!!

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

A lot of work needed here indeed! Beautifully captured though.

21 Mar 2010 10:03am

@✿ Anina ✿: thanks:)

JJ from Jersey City, United States

Such cool textures throughout this, the old place sure needs a lot of work

21 Mar 2010 11:43am

@JJ: thanks. it is good places get a revamp!!:)

Magrat from Germany

I always wonder what life stories were happen in such old buildings as time passed... Interesting picture, Kate! Thanks for showing! :)

21 Mar 2010 11:44am

@Magrat: thanks:) i dont know its history but is going to get a make over:)

PATRICK from miramas, France

cool capture

21 Mar 2010 12:51pm

@PATRICK: thanks :)

Dilwenn from Bordeaux, France

Une maison qui a beaucoup de charme et qui retrouvera sa joie de vivre lorsqu'elle aura été rénovée!
Bon dimanche!

21 Mar 2010 1:36pm

@Dilwenn: merci, oui seront utilisés à bon escient! enjoy your day! :)

arneet from delhi, India

gr8 pic....

21 Mar 2010 2:12pm

@arneet: thank you :)

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

This nice and old place needs a lot of work Kate, in a nice way photographed

21 Mar 2010 3:55pm

@Willem: yes it does..... and thank you :)

Thea from Leeuwarden, Netherlands

The structures are beautiful,and I love all the details! It really does
not look like a place to live in with pleasure:)

21 Mar 2010 4:16pm

@Thea: thanks. it will be a work envirnoment!!:)

Laur from Clermont-Ferrand, France

Beau batiment qui ferait une jolie maison !

21 Mar 2010 4:59pm

@Laur: merci, c'est dans un petit centre commercial, par un fleuve, ce sera un magasin imprimantes!

Patricia from Brecht, Belgium

Very mutsh to do, but beautiful (✿◠‿◠)❤

21 Mar 2010 5:04pm

@Patricia: yes very true, thanks!!

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good evening, Kate,
yes, it looks like work. The individual details, type and color-perfect, brilliantly reflected. Maybe it will be renovated and used again for a good cause.
Wonderful evening and thank you for your nice comment. Dear greetings Christel

21 Mar 2010 6:23pm

@Christel: thanks Christel............ i think it is goingt o be a printers office............ enjoy your day!!

Pied Crow from Nairobi, Kenya

I would start with the windows! Great old building, well shot.

21 Mar 2010 9:00pm

@Pied Crow: THANKS:) I will try and return and update the pictures:)

POBSB from Tilburg, Netherlands

looks like it is worth the work, lovely house

21 Mar 2010 9:37pm

@POBSB: thanks:)

Anne from Singapore, Singapore

Cool layers of colours, looks like a pretty big place, building. Nice shot!!

22 Mar 2010 4:43am

@Anne: thanks Anne:)

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld(old West wales boy), Germany

perfect for a good photo shoot though !!

22 Mar 2010 5:20pm

@Anthony Morgan Lambert: thanks Anthony:)@!!~~

Marie from FRESNES, France

jolies textures.

22 Mar 2010 7:51pm

@Marie: Merci !!:)

Satvik from Columbus, United States

Great shot ! I am always amazed when I see plants growing out of old building walls..

23 Mar 2010 2:54am

@Satvik: yes and thanks. i agree. one of the best blants for growing anywhere and looks beautiful is buddleigh!!

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