That’s a really nice one! I like the way the light has faded the paint but the plant has retained the original blue. Nice catch!
Thank you, Andy. I liked the colors in this. We don’t use a lot of bright color paints in these parts. Cheers !
What a beautiful shot! Love the intricate pattern, it´s like nature knitted a stole for the wall to keep warm:)
Thank you Sarah. What a great analogy for the vines growing up the wall. Have a great day. Cheers!
I love the way this photo invites the eye! After lingering at the wall, one wants to walk around and see what’s behind there!
Thank you. The wall alone would have been dull. If you went inside though, there is a most wonderful bakery. Cheers!
Great shot ☺
Thank you! Cheers! =)
I like the contrast between the blue wall conquered by dried plants and the other part of the photo which is so red colorful. Looks to be two different worlds. One in ruins, the other one just waiting for people to fill it.
Well said Monica. I also like the yellow fire hydrant with the red brick on he right. It is like two different seasons there. The world was very much waiting for people to fill it. This was another early morning shoot and not many people were awake yet. Have a great weekend! Cheers!
Very beautiful shot!
The angle is great Chris!
Thank you, Soheir. I hope that you are having a great day. Cheers!
What a colorful wall that is!
I know, very unusual for New England. Cheers!
Yeah, we seem to go for more bland colors.
Those darn Puritans 😉
They ruined it for the rest of us. The drab colors and ridiculous work ethic.
The photograph has a mix of different shades which is lovely but I do not agree with the angle of the shot, it should have been half of the wall with the half of the footpath’s scenic backdrop.
Thank you. That would have been another interesting way to compose it.
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