Friday, May 31, 2013

Theme Day....The Beauty Of Decay


18 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

that is really neat...how old is it?

Chrissy Brand said...

I like the angle on this and the lovely honey-coloured stone.

LONDONLULU said...

Wonderful find, I'm intrigued to find out what it might've been once... Serene and peaceful capture.

Jim said...

Marvellous.

Jo said...

so much effort went into building this for it now to sit and go too waste

Tamera said...

That's very cool! I'd love to explore it!

Red Nomad OZ said...

The stonework on the wall around the window actually looks much cleaner than the foundations - are they of different ages?

LOLfromPasa said...

I have enjoyed your Grand Canyon images! This one looks interesting. Bet there is a nice view from there.

wilf said...

Always intrigue me to imagine how these structures were at their time before collapsing into a pile of stones. Nice Image!

Kate said...

This decay looks positively historical.

Sharon said...

Northern Arizona is rich with ancient buildings and structures. It is so much easier to find them than down here. This one is quite beautiful.

Thérèse said...

Beauty to preserve.

Randy said...

Very nice.

Lowell said...

It is interesting how some "decay" is so much more attractive than other decay. This is in the attractive category. Almost looks like an old fort. In Florida, this would have been overgrown with vines and weeds and bushes in about 2 months! :)

Julie said...

The colours in these rocks is exquisite, Judy. Puts me in mind of Robert Frost's 'Mending Wall'. I guess heat and wind will crack even the strongest of walls.

Thank you for your contribution to Theme Day.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Very apt.

Lynette said...

You’ve made a great Theme Day post.

JM said...

What a great find! Reminds me of the Inca ruins in Peru.