Isn't it odd that we often embrace attempts to make our things look old and weathered, even when they are not. Seeing the cracked and weathered paint reminded me of a friend that recentley did all of the trim in his house with very expensive crackle paint, so that he could make the wood look like it was not just painted.Good choice of photos.
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Those signs are funny! I like the colors of the peeling paint too.
I love that first shot!! I just want to know what is behind it ;0)The other signs are pretty funny too.
ooooo, I like that old peeling paint. Neat.
Love the second weathered thing. The colors got me hooked. I'm busy snapping shots of Mexico color. Love the light intensity. Can't wait to download the images on Tuesday so I can see them on a bigger screen.
Beauty in unfamiliar places. Well done.
awesome first pic, my fav. have a wonderful weekend!!
I agree with Doreen. That first pic is awesome. Funny cartoons!
I like the first photo very much - I just got back from a two caiprinha lunch so I didn't really understand the signs.... LOL, maybe after a nap I.ll try again.you are always worth waiting for so not to worry.
The first two shots are wonderful!The old shots are very funny. I can always get a chuckle coming to your site :)
You came through like a true Friday shootout trooper. Like your old and weathered shots. And then you amused us with cartoons. You get extra points for that.Glad you posted. I was beginning to worry about you.
That first shot is worth framing.Good to see you around ...I always miss your energy.
is that window in the first photo actually a false window? I can see the bricks.
Love the shots!
These buildings are old and weathered alright. Someone would twist an ankle coming out of that first place. Have you been visiting Metropolis or Gotham City lately? Pow, crash, pop! Great post! Sorry the visit is late.