Hunger Moon

Posted by TraceyFace72 (Maryland, United States) on 27 February 2017 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

About this image: Around my town there are tons of buildings that reveal the history of this place. As I drive around on my daily chores I often see these dilapidated old buildings that once were in their prime and serving some sort of important function. As time has passed these businesses, farms, orchards, silos, and houses have been lost. Nature has started to reclaim many of them, the owners have neglected them, and yet they still stand with dignity for their once purposeful life. It is not unlike how we treat our elderly and sick in this country. It is a shame, really.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

This carries an atmosphere so well . .

27 Feb 2017 10:56am

Graciel·la (Vic. Catalonia) from CAT. New European State, Poland

I love America bu there are things I don't know. You (the Americans) have a culture of houses abandonment that I find strange.
Here this is not even remotely so habitual.
(When I say here I mean both Catalonia and Europe in general)
In addition, here, if there is an abandoned house, will soon be in disarray, in the hands of vandals. You keep the buildings, as the owners left them. (Harry's photos are an example of this).
Sorry if I have bored you with this explanation :)
You forgive my poor English, too. Please.

27 Feb 2017 3:43pm



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