Posted by kate (lincolnshire, United Kingdom) on 25 March 2010 in Architecture and Portfolio.


I aim to leave comments!! just a tad busy. Thanks for all comments and humour!!:)
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arneet from delhi, India

nicely captured but why are these windows so shattered......

25 Mar 2010 5:36am

@arneet: thanks:) the building was left in disrepair!!

Lyl and Roll from Besançon, France

Old windows aren't rhey ?

25 Mar 2010 6:19am

@Lyl and Roll: merci!! yes old building that is being repaired!!

PATRICK from miramas, France

great capture

25 Mar 2010 7:37am

@PATRICK: thansk Patrick :)!!

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

Nice picture with great details

25 Mar 2010 7:41am

@Willem: thanks Willem:) enjoy!!

Marilla from Turku, Finland

Ugly and beautiful in the same time. Interesting details!

25 Mar 2010 8:42am

@Marilla: thanks Marilla :0 enjoy teh day!!

Lilly from La Ménitré, France

These windows lived well... Nice capture !

25 Mar 2010 9:04am

@Lilly: Merci Lilly. enjoy your day!!

Anne from Singapore, Singapore

Great capture. very natural colours and details !!

25 Mar 2010 9:13am

@Anne: thanks Anne:) enjoy!!

SOUL AFLAME from The bosom of Mother Nature, United Kingdom

I hope that's not the big cuddly dulux dog wrapped in that plastic!

25 Mar 2010 9:18am

@SOUL AFLAME: haha......... be a bit squashed happen!!:) enjoy!!

Phil from Sausset les Pins, France

I hope the view from the other side most beautiful ! I love your shot , Phil.

25 Mar 2010 9:32am

@Phil: thanks. well enclosed somewhat ! I shall have to see about ruturning ! enjoy!!:)

s from Iran

i like architecture maybe because my father is one

25 Mar 2010 9:44am

@s: I love it too!!...... :) enjoy!!

Mhélène from Paris, France

A superb framing of these old windows !

25 Mar 2010 11:06am

@Mhélène: thanks :)

Dilwenn from Bordeaux, France

Il va être temps de mettre les carreaux aux fenêtres :))
Belle journée!

25 Mar 2010 11:11am

@Dilwenn: merci, oui! enjoy!!:) heureux temps!

POBSB from Tilburg, Netherlands

I like it, well found

25 Mar 2010 11:20am

@POBSB: :) thank you :)

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good morning Kate,
yes, the windows have to be renovated. I think it's a lot of work to renovate the entire house. Behind the windows I see the work material. The reproduction of the general view is excellent. Have a nice day and thanks for your nice comment. Dear greetings Christel

25 Mar 2010 11:20am

@Christel: hi Christel and thanks:) enjoy all you do!!

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Super capture Kate! Love the colours and textures. Well done! ;-)

25 Mar 2010 11:43am

@Eric Cousineau: thanks Eric...:) enjoy!!:)

JJ from Jersey City, United States

Wonderful detail, looks like whoever is repairing the building has a big job ahead

25 Mar 2010 12:32pm

@JJ: well thanks I am sure they will be glad of the work:)!!

Srujan Chennupati from Bangaluru, India

Nice shot, Kate. I like the subject.

25 Mar 2010 1:11pm

@Srujan Chennupati: Thanks :))!!~~

Scott F. Schilling from San Martin, United States

Great image Kate - I like the old bricks mixed in with the stone!

25 Mar 2010 2:24pm

@Scott F. Schilling: Thanks Scott:) yes it is a hotch pot of a building at the moment !!

Joan Felix from Jakarta, Indonesia

Emmm nice shot.. love the way u take the pic... just love it

25 Mar 2010 3:15pm

@Joan Felix: thanks Joan:)

Patricia (✿◠‿◠)❤ from Brecht, Belgium

Great capture

25 Mar 2010 5:19pm

@Patricia (✿◠‿◠)❤: thanks Patricia!!:)

kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

When I first saw this I thought the windows were piled high with rubbish. Good detail on this neglected building.

25 Mar 2010 7:08pm

@kiwisa: thanks......... :)!!~~

Jacqueline from Courcelles, Belgium

Très belle photo, beaucoup de clarté et de détails, c'est le temps de la rénovation....

25 Mar 2010 10:04pm

@Jacqueline: merci! oui il ya beaucoup de travail! :) enjoy!!

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

windows, or missing windows????? Cool shot Kate !

25 Mar 2010 11:01pm

@Susan: thanks Susan.. yes work to be done!! have a great weekend:)

vu@granby - Wolfgang from Granby, Québec, Canada

I love these old industrial buildings, well seen!

26 Mar 2010 12:10am

@vu@granby - Wolfgang: yes...... and it will be re used. thank you :)


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