Photography Patiently Waiting Posted on September 14, 2019September 15, 2019 by Thomas Slatin September 2019Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostMade In Cleveland Next PostIt’s Been So Long Since I’ve Seen The Ocean 11 thoughts on “Patiently Waiting”We all have experience how it is and feels to wait may it be for someone or something. Usually we do it on a staircase because it is the lowest level to any home. At the end of the day may it be a structure or simply praying or hoping, waiting is a part of life.Loading...ReplyThe abandoned house is waiting for someone to come clean it up. Hopefully, someone would come to the rescue someday.Loading...ReplyPatience is a virtue, imbibing it will be impactful in one life. The photo up there is cool and great.Loading...ReplyActually, waiting is just it for the clean up to come. Yet, patience is a virtue that is rare. Nice caption, the building looks abandoned! Thanks for sharing, TomLoading...ReplyI believe the waiting and patience is about cleaning up the house. I hope it would take longer than necessary to get this done.Loading...ReplyThe wood is sturdy enough to stand the test of time. But it looks like it waited too long for a fresh coat of paint to spruce it up a bit and the building/house is now in ruins.Loading...ReplyI believe this place is patiently waiting for someone to come, clean it up, and stay.Loading...ReplyThe building looks so unkept. Its really patiently waiting for someone to come clean it for better. Nice photography work. Thanks for the post.Loading...ReplyWell I can tell this place has been waiting for a long time. I’m not sure if it can be rescued still, but I hope so.Loading...ReplyAmazing shot as always! I wish these abandoned houses get love and affection. I would love to explore these abandoned houses someday and clean them.Loading...ReplyThat home looks to be a bit of a danger to explore perhaps! I very much would love to see a project, which of course would be immense, where many abandoned (once beautiful homes, resorts etc) would be evaluated to be restored. I feel that investors and developers should focus on this and getting many of them (as applicable) on the National Historic Registry! I have the paperwork for that should anyone stumble across a home or property which could qualify to be on the National Historic Registry, sometimes this can lead to grants/financial support.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to brainedet 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.