Beautiful from afar, but be careful getting too close. That could be said for many things in life.
just hope you are not underneath when it falls eh?its cool ruins though.....
It has lasted longer and better than me though.
It's a shame that it happens but it's still a wonder to see.
I always look at these types of ruins and try to imagine warm bodies moving around in the day. What were their worries and did at least one of them have a clue?
Will it just fall naturally? Don't know why I'm asking a question on wordless Wednesday...
Wonder about the history of that ruin every time I open your blog.
Someone thought about possible tort injuries!
Time takes over everything.
One stone at a time. Very sad, and wonderful at the same time.
‘Tis a fearful thingto love what death can touch.A fearful thingto love, to hope, to dream, to be –to be,And oh, to lose.A thing for fools, this,And a holy thing,a holy thingto love.For your life has lived in me,your laugh once lifted me,your word was gift to me.To remember this brings painful joy.‘Tis a human thing, love,a holy thing, to lovewhat death has touched.” Yehuda HaLeviALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= <3
As it is a Wordless Wednesday I cannot ask where this is!
Friko, please do supply more details, either here or via email. xo
Hi Friko - your castle has caught the mood and also the rain ... the weather is having an impact everywhere isn't it - weakening earth and buildings as it seeps through ... Wear and tear .. I just hope it doesn't completely go ... cheers Hilary
That weathered building is just gorgeous.
I think it will crumble bit by bit as the weather bashes up against it. Sad, I bet it was elegant at one time. Do you know what the building was at one time or how elegant it may have been - that would be neat to see. Have a wonderful day.
Well, since this is Thursday I guess it's OK to communicate... only problem is, I forgot what I was going to say!
Beautiful -- especially that first image. What great light!
Yes indeed! Great photos, love your forest photos below too. mypoeticpath.wordpress.com
Looks very pretty and romantic ! Except the falling maconry of course !
"Let not the sands of time get in your lunch". Sad that it must crumble.
Some things are better seen at a distance, I guess. ;)
always liked looking at the picturesof this amazing structure.do not be nearwhen it starts to fall...
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