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What is that black wire-frame are for? Hanging flower pot?My InspirationMy Bangkok Through My Eyes
Alleys are so interesting. I like this...sepia but with little bits of color here and there.
I like this, and it's very nostalgic in sepia...I like the bit of red and other tones within it.
I love random scenes like this, you can read so much about a place from just these types of shots.
Why that black 'door'? Why no flowers? I like the rusty pole holes, I wonder what used to be there.
Pretty well-maintained for attic stairs!
This is a Jacob's stair (instead of ladder)...
Well I think it's a good idea, in fact I need some exercises!hugsLéia
I like the arangement for hanging the flowerpots! Nice angle for the shot Jacob!! :-)Pixellicious Photos
What a lovely shot Jacob !!Simply beautiful !!Sorry couldn't visit from last 2-3 days as i was not well !!
This is such a contrast to your flower post today with all its softness and color. This is straight lines and grayscales. What a range of photographic voices you have.
I like these stairs. The color is surprisingly un-Floridian. But I guess that's b/c it's the backside. :)Funny that they have an empty flowerbox holder though. Someone obviously thought it should look nice. I guess they gave up.PS: Are you still busy shopping? I'm waiting on your sage advice. :)
Ah! The back entrance!
A study in lines and perspective, very cool! I wonder about the plant stand on the railing.
Ha ha VP is too funny.I always like to peek in alleys to see a whole different perspective of a store, apt. or whatever. You done it!!! MB
this is so classical!!
Stay out of alleys! Don't you watch TV?
Love these but B Squared is right ...
It appears to be well maintained. I like the awning over the door.
I love the patterns these things make, and the same-color paint.
That's a neat-looking alley! We're in Toronto! I'm waiting for my husband to get dressed so we can go out and commandeered his laptop. We're actually in one of the suburbs, and it is sooo different from Manila. It's the little things that get me: fir trees, maples, dandelion, geese! Then there's the wide open spaces — wow.
Unusual colors for Ocala's place! Nice shot!
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