Posted by Harry (Apex, NC, United States) on 19 December 2014 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.
A typical cell. You can almost see the contents through the bars.
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It could tell many stories Harry
19 Dec 2014 5:29am
wow ! incredible details
19 Dec 2014 6:50am
What a gripping series this becomes - the Wiki makes an interesting back-story read, too.
19 Dec 2014 6:53am
rendu extra!! amitiés
19 Dec 2014 8:32am
Textures et beaux détails.)
19 Dec 2014 9:52am
Superb details and texture, magnificent shot !!!
19 Dec 2014 10:45am
Love the texture of the peeling paint. I don't suppose the prisoners who were behind those doors found them any better than this, in their minds at least.
19 Dec 2014 12:08pm
It is amazing how much these cell doors have deteriorated. They make a great subject. One would wonder how many men were housed inside this cell over the years.
19 Dec 2014 4:23pm
The texture of the deterioration is amazing
19 Dec 2014 5:30pm
Well rusted. What stories it could tell, the sad,bad and ugly.
19 Dec 2014 5:55pm
very nice, I like
19 Dec 2014 6:22pm
It's amazing that the cell is still intact with all that rust and peeling paint! Great textures captured here! Thank goodness the "contents" don't contain any skeletal remains. ;-)
19 Dec 2014 7:57pm
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