The texture of this close-up of a mater shed door is looking a bit on the rough side.
I liked the graffiti of a girls face added to the dereliction of a former woollen mill.
These stairs at back of an old Tweed mill in Selkirk (near my birthtown) have lain silent for many years now.
I suspect this old tractor has remained motionless for some considerable time.
A return to one of my favourite subjects…..decay and rust.
Loved the colours and contrast with the surroundings in this scene.
Perhaps not as rural as some of the American images we’ve seen here, but there is much less space here in the UK 😀 . The reason I took this image originally was the contrast in colour between the purple-blue of the bluebells and the rusted tin roof of the old barn.
Well, we don’t call them faucets, here they are taps….so here is a very old and ancient tap
The render has been damaged and fallen off this wall….to reveal some great brickwork beneath. This is on a very old Hotel/pub in Topsham which is under renovation.
Found this overlooked hay wagon abandoned at the side of a field. It has seen better days, but is now photogenic.
This building, in the village of Belstone, has seen different uses; firstly as the Zion Chapel then as the local Telegraph Office. Now unused it still bears the local post box.