Sunday, May 03, 2015

A Swirl Of Colours

Andy | Sunday, May 03, 2015 | Best Blogger Tips

It is abandon now but at one time the building was livable. It was the colours that caught my attention and made me want to photograph it.

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After seeing the outhouse I began to think the previous resident loved colours or either had a problem viewing them.

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When I opened the outhouse door the mystery about the resident's perception of colour deepened even more.

13 comments:

  1. Still somebody must have had some color scheme in his/her head.

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  2. There must have lived an artist, that outhouse is the limit.

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  3. Are using a full frame? Such complete captures.

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  4. It looks like it may have been an old fruit stand or something - very old for sure. You were brave to open the outhouse door!

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  5. There are some really cool individualists out there! One sharp photographer caught these bright colors.

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  6. The roof of the house seems to be painted in Italian flag colors. I see the wishing well is closed, so it isn't likely that mysticism will play any part in you getting what you want. You did score some great shots however.

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  7. Someone has got a cheap paint, which has not gone to sell.
    It is certainly a shock to sit in there in the middle of this color symphony. :D

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  8. I'm struck by how out of place that chair seems among everything else.

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  9. Did they abandon all hope when they ran out of paint samples?

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  10. I love that first shot. The colors in this place are still so vibrant. Nice outhouse :)

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  11. How I hated visiting outhouse when I visited rural areas. In the '90's I had to use them in Siberia during a January visit. Interesting formations!!

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  12. I wouldn't be keen on using the outhouse in the winter Andy...

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