Mazatlán is Paradise
looks awful nice for an abandoned building. What kind of building was it?
Abandon building? What a shame! It looks beautiful and new.
hI kATE, nice blog here. You seem to have a passion for fine architecture, especially doors. Interesting blog.And I know about Minal from Mumbai. It's really very sad.
My sort of window - never needs cleaning...
Hi Kate,abandoned buildings are sometimes the most interesting to observe and to photograph, even if they are decrepit and crumbling, isn't it? They make us imagine an other time, decades ago, or more,when they used to be in full activity. And in latin America, as well as in the South of the United States, I'm always captivated by the old spanish architecture...
Oh I love it so so much and I think it's quite typical there this sort of... Decoration(?). Again, I love it so so much. Thank you.
I like the idea of the infinity of space seen through this window..and more prosaically I like its design..Angela
This is beautifully unique. And I love your larger photo format!
A picture frame of sorts. The sky looks very nice in the frame. The building does look new or newer.I came to thank you for visiting my blog, yesterday, and for your comments about Patty's last radiation treatment. She was so pleased that I heard from so many people, including Eric, and I know it made her day extra-special. She was also surprised that some of you also visited her blog and left comments there. So thank you for your visit and comments. Being new to the community, it was a big surprise to us. Thanks again.Abe and Patty LincolnBrookville Daily Photo
hi Kate - you've been a visitor to my site & left some lovely comments so I thought I would check yours out - wow! I love the way you see your city - the doorways & windows are spectacular. I'll keep checking in! - chris
Why would anyone abandone this building?? It's beautiful (at least from this angle)!
very interesting shot and a beautiful building.
a window whi probably had/has a great view for sure!
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