July 4, 2006

as time goes by

As developed as a city tries to be, there will always be pockets where the decay of time wins hands down. I was walking to meet a friend and decided to take one of the smaller, less-used lanes to get to him. I came across this.


Blogger Rafleesia said...

Decay is good - it does away with what is no longer necessary and fuels renewal.A common sight in developing countries - fortunately or unfortunately.

11:41 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

It might be decay but it's still a beautiful photo!

12:45 PM  
Anonymous Helen said...

This photo speaks volumes!

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anne said...

A little sad...but that's life!

1:05 PM  
Blogger PDPB said...

Very atmospheric looking building - you can imagine what kind of stories the walls could tell.

1:36 PM  
Blogger Felicia said...

From lotus flower to this! Rafleesia is right, there is hope in this photo.

2:07 PM  
Blogger Jazzy said...

This photo has such a character, great to have a contrast.

4:26 PM  
Blogger Kala said...

you know whats interesting is the even though this is a photo of decay, the decay shows artistic style - I like this photo - it almost looks like it was photoshoped. I think this is an excellent shot and gives hope for much potential for the people living there.

4:40 PM  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Agree with carol and anne. Great photo! Thanks for sharing.

4:55 PM  
Blogger Edwin Sumun said...

I wish the walls could talk too!

Thanks everyone. I like this picture a lot.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Lisi said...

agree, this one has some real character...great eye and good capture Ed!

11:31 PM  
Blogger Shelly said...

Edwin, I love this! It remindes me very much of photos you see of areas of Mexico! Who whould have thought! I agree, this has tones of character!

12:01 AM  
Blogger Frederik De Wachter said...

edwin...you have to teach me how to make my pictures bigger as yours!!!!

12:04 AM  
Blogger Louz said...

I love the colors and patterns in this photo. Decay is life renewing itself after all.

1:16 AM  
Blogger santy said...

well, following frederik's question...can I email you? I need expert advice on larger pic. Yes, I've read Kala's guidance, but I still couldn't figure out how to change the template's width properties. I'm so clueless...help! thanks, Ed :)

8:59 AM  
Blogger Neorelix said...

I love this type of shot - it's like a slice of life. Great compostion, allowing the shot to illustrate the history and allowing the story to make the shot. bravo.

3:33 AM  
Blogger Kris said...

not a perfect condition to live in but a great photo, really!

ps. like the football shot, i thnk i've commented too much ..:D

9:25 PM  

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