Sunday, 6 May 2018

#MySundayPhoto 6th May

Been doing a lot of walking with the dog this week, and as we prefer to walk her off lead we go of into the fields and trees and find all sorts of fun things in places we don't usually walk.

Lots of changes in nature going on and some beautiful sights to see. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder they say.

This is another piece of history on Auchincruive Estate  Seems such a shame that so many of the buildings are now neglected and run down but listed buildings so cannot be knocked down but sad that nobody loves them enough to reinstate them to their former glory. I just loved the textures of the wood, and the fact nature is having a good go at hiding the remains.





Photalife

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  1. Yes, that picture is full of wonderful textures and contrasts between plants and building. I like the way the plants are slowly taking over. Looks a bit apocalyptic! #mysundayphoto

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    1. yes back to the ground from where it came eventually, over taken by unstoppable nature.

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  2. A lovely capture and so full of mystery and intrigue as to when it was last in use.

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    1. yes it does have an air of mystery about it.

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  3. Love the textures, I'd love to have the chance to fix that up too

    Have a good Bank Holiday and thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto

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    1. your welcome, thank you for running it.

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  4. I know it's very sad to see but I do love taking photos of abandoned buildings. You've captured the colours beautifully. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. I am with you old churches or ruins or remains are all attractive and scream pout to be photographed

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  5. Sights like this are sad to see, however you have captured the beauty of it so wonderfully #MySundayPhoto

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