great photo! color would have robbed it of the shades and textures...
So beautiful in sepia, Francisca. I love shutters, although I've never had any operable ones.Kay, Alberta
I love old buildings; the picture has me making up stories in my head. Wondering about its history~Catching up -- loved the prayer wheel post below too. Thanks for sharing -- some of us just started our travels too late in life to see everything we'd like to visit ;>)
The only open one and the only one with green life. Nice.
wow, just beautiful!
It looks so ... almost romantic ... in monochrome. There is always something special with old houses :)http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/10/20/Wordless-Wednesday.aspx
Old looks so kind and welcoming.I decided to become a new follower!http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2010/10/wordless-wednesday_20.html
The black and white is perfect :-D
Gorgeous B&W shot. So nostalgic.
This is a really gorgeous photo. Happy WW!Feel free to stop by my ww post. Best, Li @HerDeepThoughts
Wonderful textures, and it's perfect for sepia. I wonder what the inside is like.
Perfectly haunting for this time of year. I love windows.
Yes, I agree, very nice in b&w!
Very cool composition!
From the looks of things, the building and the windows are quite old. I wonder if they're still in existence today. It's a nice study of light and dark, shadows and lines.
Love the texture of the old building. :-)
i love old buildings! remind me of our old house...missing home now! anyway, great shot! happy WW! please come, follow me and see flamingos...http://www.pinaymum.info/2010/10/wordless-wednesday-001-flamingos.html
Charming...and perfect in the sepia effect!
Hmmm. The sepia may make it look even older than it really is. Well done, Francisca!
You really need to enlarge this to get the full rustic beauty.
Oh, you visited Dapitan, Francisca! This type of scene is so familiar in the countryside. Too bad some dealers buy out most of these decorative panels and homeowners sell out!
Wow, interesting details.
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