My contribution for the challenge of Abandoned. My photos are from quirky Madrid, New Mexico.
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Love how the weed have grown up around the bicycle. This works well in b&w. Maybe they will bloom into wildflowers and you can do a color version too!
I love that thought Denise! We were there in the month of November. Now I wonder what it would look like during the Spring months. Thank you for stopping by!
Wow Roberta … those photos are brilliant!
Julie, I am happy to hear you like them.. Madrid is a strange former mining town. We stopped for about an hour, so I had to be quick.. Thank you!
The abandoned car looks interesting.
Hi Colline! Yes, it was a good find. It was in front of a house that looked abandoned as well.Thank you for visiting!
Yeah, the car is my favorite shot, too!
I like it a lot too Florian! Thank you for stopping by!
All fabulous but the abandoned truck is just great! Something about a rusted out old vehicle that gets to me. Maybe it reminds me of – well – me! LOL ;-)
You are mistaken..it reminds me of me! You are funny! Thanks for the visit..
This is one of my favorite subjects and you did a nice job of capturing it. I especially like the old car that looks like children were using the hood for a trampoline. :)
As for me, for this theme I would normally go after old abandoned farm houses and barns, but this time I decided to do something a little bit different. You’re welcome to come and see my take on the matter. :)
I Cris, I will be sure to visit..I tend to gravitate towards the rustic look myself. I like the car too.. It was sitting out in front of a house..I saw beauty in it..lol! Thank you for your comment and visit!
A lot of stuff on my blog tends toward the old and rustic. Enjoy! :)
These are great stories of abandonment.
Always fun to capture the moment! Thank you Pat!
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