13 Comments

    • Thomas

      I photographed this house some years prior; returning to this place after a few years had passed showed me just how much decay can occur in a relatively small amount of time, especially when combined with repeated acts of vandalism.

      This is also the location the photograph, Bibliomania was taken.

  • Danielle M

    The place is kinda taking a last breath before falling down and dissapear. Beatiful picture, tough it makes me feel a Little sad.

  • brainedet

    From your response here Tom, I now understand how you caption your photo. Yeah damsge can be rapidy done and leave one Wonder the quick duration.

  • esgyll

    Even after all this time, the paint is still there, though faded. Certainly that’s something to be quite optimistic about.

  • Oyeyipo Oladele

    Tom the great photographer. The house looks old and unkept to some extent. I love the picture quality. Thanks for this post for it is really optimistic.

  • miakayuuki2012

    This looks good and looking at the previous notions, It seems that this house went though a lot and now have changed for the better. That is really optimism at its best.

  • sidd

    The house i believe it can be repurposed for something else; acting perhaps, The scene of an haunted place or a story of what used to be.

  • jolly555

    This is like the bones will live again, well, it always good to have faith. When once the building is renovated all will be well.

  • Maury Cheskes

    Thoughtful caption considering it’s a bright blue house on a cloudy day with withered trees surrounding it. You’ve given hope and livelihood to this home.

  • Mallorka

    This could have been a picture that could spark optimism during it’s heyday. All things pass I guess especially for those not kept properly.

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