I liked this in color, but the B&W brought out the detail in the peeling paint.
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17 Jun 2015 6:28am
Jolies textures, bon noir et blanc
17 Jun 2015 6:51am
Yes, agree entirely on the b&w ability to reveal detail - sure works here.
17 Jun 2015 7:15am
Yes ! it's a great work. Well done
17 Jun 2015 9:42am
Beauty in decay. Nice treatment
17 Jun 2015 10:07am
Great find and splendid composition. The B&W treatment is perfect here.
17 Jun 2015 10:10am
You photograph of this small corner of the house, tells the whole story of the state of decay of the whole house. As a kid we had radiators like this. The one in my bedroom was inches from the bed, and I still have the scar on my knee, 60 years on.
17 Jun 2015 10:25am
I agree : better in B&W. Photo géniale !
Bonne journée, amitiés.
17 Jun 2015 10:50am
Quel radiateur ancien et tout l'écaillage de la peinture sueprbe vue.
17 Jun 2015 12:06pm
The tattered look of the paint works well in black and white. Excellent choice I think. A fine shot.
17 Jun 2015 3:06pm
Love the windows which look like they will not be sharing a view,
superb photo !~
17 Jun 2015 3:20pm
This is fabulous - the way it highlights the peeling texture is amazing
17 Jun 2015 6:16pm
excellent rendu des matières!! amitiés
17 Jun 2015 6:18pm
Love the peeling paint. What atmosphere
17 Jun 2015 7:01pm
Quel délabrement cette maison!
17 Jun 2015 8:55pm
I am surprised by how the peeling paint is able to "hang on to the wall" given how thin it appears to be. Great tones, contrasts and textures!!
18 Jun 2015 12:53am
Wonderful b&w image! I like the peeling paint and the window!
18 Jun 2015 1:42am
I am directing a play in the fall and would love that radiator for my set.
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