Photography Treasures Slowly Fade Posted on July 31, 2019July 28, 2019 by Thomas Slatin July 2019Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostStamford Veteran And Army Physicist Recalls Involvement In ‘Manhattan Project’ Next PostClosing Walls And Ticking Clocks 15 thoughts on “Treasures Slowly Fade”This house has seen better days..its only wise to pull it down because the building is not in great shape..I don’t think it can be revampedLoading...ReplyYour photography works normally gets me hooked up on memories. The house looked old and weak though. Thanks for this wise picture.Loading...ReplyLooking at the picture, i am so such that at a time this building would had been the most beautiful building around and now, probably abandon. Of a truth, treasure do fades slowly! Nice shot, Thomas!Loading...ReplyYes I’m very sure this house was actually a treasure years ago but it has been left to rot away years later. But the photograph of it is so clear.Loading...ReplyThe caption really befit the photo. This treasure then is in ruins now. I wonder why the building was abandoned.Loading...ReplyThat’s one old looking house. It could be falling down anytime.Loading...ReplyI wouldn’t park my car close to that house. There’s no telling when it may come tumbling down.Loading...ReplyI bet this house was glorious in its hey days. The design and overall outlook is very lovely.Loading...ReplyLovely snap Thomas! The lighting is simply perfect.Loading...ReplyMy dad had a land tover quite similar to the one in this photo. This just takes me back to my innocent childhood days.Loading...ReplyAs the saying goes nothing last forever. However, perhaps this is what makes it beautiful knowing that it will be gone makes us appreciate it more.Loading...ReplyI feel like that nice Land Rover’s out of place next to that diminished house. Right now, it looks like a gust of wind could knock it down.Loading...ReplyI love the colors in this photo. That house must be very beautiful before.Loading...ReplyIt’s very sad how to see a big place like this fel in pieces. I wish this could be saved .Loading...ReplyIndeed they do…well seen..well said, well taken.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.