Photography All Your Luck’s Run Out On You Posted on June 11, 2020July 16, 2020 by Thomas Slatin 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostAuthor Kai Beck Reads Desideratum By Thomas Slatin Next PostEmpty Dreams Can Only Disappoint 32 thoughts on “All Your Luck’s Run Out On You”What a wrecked house. This house has a lot of stories to tell for sure.Loading...ReplyFitting caption given the roof has disappeared. Love the open green space. You are excellent at finding worthwhile footage.Loading...ReplyThat building is really dilapidated, but the bright and colourful sky, the green grass and open fieldgives hope for a brighter tomorrow . I love the shot.Loading...ReplyThe place is too magical to see an ill-favored thing. I love the art.Loading...ReplyMaybe a storm or hurricane came across that house. The place was very beautiful though.Loading...ReplyThe house was almost destroyed. It is truly that unlucky.Loading...ReplyThis is a nice shot though the house looks a bit destroyed. But you added sharpness to the shot still.Loading...ReplyThis is a very awesome distance shot, though I am still thinking why is there a car abandoned with the structure. I know memories is going down with this house.Loading...ReplyWhere did the roof go too? I love this work, so calm and neat. Nove shot as usual manLoading...ReplyNever always depend on one result. Put a plan-B for trial for safe placing.Loading...ReplyCould that be some castle in a green farmland. The environment looks what I will love to be in.Loading...ReplyThis is a wonderful shot though the house is in a miserable condition. You have indeed added some sharpness to the shot.Loading...ReplyOh wow, the car is almost covered by the grass, and the house looks in a very poor condition as well… what a contrast for the beautiful sky.Loading...Replythere is nothing worse than luck running out on you when you really need it. so sad.Loading...ReplyWell, with such a situation badly damaged house and old car. But at least you can still enjoy the beauty of the natural surroundings. 🙂Loading...ReplyBeautifully captured, although the house is slightly destroyed and the car is slightly visible but the surroundings is nice. You did a good job capturing this one.Loading...ReplyThis is a nicely captured shot. I would really like to stay in this time of place.Loading...ReplyNothing is permanent I guess. Although if your luck has run out or you are on a slump it is best to bounce back as soon as you could. The house does not look that bang up though. It can still be fixed and the sky is beautiful.Loading...ReplyI have went through a similar situation before, when my dad lost his job while i was still in college. It was very stressful and we had to only eat canned food for a long while. But my mom really worked hard to pull us through it all. Dad luckily got a job. When everything is almost lost, we will all be in despair. But if you have people to look out for you through thick and thin, you know you can trust everything would turn out alright.Loading...ReplyBeing able to capture the essence of a living thing is easy. But having a picturesque non-living thing is of great achievement. Thank you for this photo!Loading...ReplySuch a vivid shot this is. The colors are so vibrant!Loading...ReplyThe land appears to be very fertile. There is green all over.Loading...ReplyThe structure has a lot of damage. I wonder what might have caused that.Loading...ReplyI love how calming and peaceful this landcape looks. It is a great place for some meditation.Loading...ReplyThis photo simply has the perfect lighting. It helped a lot that the camera was quite good too.Loading...ReplyI can see a car parked. I wonder if anyone lives here.Loading...ReplyI wish the damaged structure wasn’t there. It ruins the naturally beautiful landscape.Loading...ReplyThis is an award winning photo. I’m impressed by the professionalism.Loading...ReplyI have said it before and wouldn’t mind saying it again. You have the best nature shots ever.Loading...ReplyI wish I knew how you set up your camera to take such lovely shots. You should share the secret.Loading...ReplyThis is indistinguishable from paradise. A piece of heaven on earth!Loading...ReplyNo much is left for the small house. It is a matter of time before it get’s down.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.