I told a S.African old man that I wanted to visit Namibia. He responded, twice; "Why? There's nothing there!" It's the kind of nothing I'm drawn to.
A private desert...
Beautiful frame. I had an odd thought after studying the photograph and wondered if the sand inside the dwelling was cool.
Not even a mouse track disturbs that sand. It is truly abandoned, which is sad because ti looks to be restorable. makes me want to get cleaning. I love old things and especially old buildings. They have so much presence, you can feel the lives that have been and gone.
A very ghostly yet beautiful image and photo. The appearance seems incongruent as in a dream, unexpected, uncomfortable, terrifiying. The opened door that once framed lives now abandoned and yet inhabited by a powerful non-human occupant.
A land of dreams.
There's a magical
land where a
whisper of life
discover the light
that appears in
Life is like photography, with the footprints, and the years passing by, congratulations is a perfect shot.
Totally amazing photo. What a story and a pic. Love the light, shadow, and composition. The presentation is superb. Cheers and congrats.
Its not fun to have a beach in your home! But to find a diamond there would have been wonderful! Alas, its all sand, and no diamonds left to find. But the picture is something else. A shot worth taking and worth looking at. j.e.s..........
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