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Toa Payoh Lorong 6 and the 2 towers Gem Residences (viewing from Blk 1 Lorong 7)

Plymouth, Devon, England

Devonport, Plymouth, Devon

Plymouth, Devon, England

Braddell Flyover and Bishan Housing Estates (viewing from Blk 1 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh...


viewing from Blk 48 Lorong 5 Toa Payoh

Housing in Düsseldorf - 7730

Sorry for that blue tint, I just love blue :)

52 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh towards Lorong 8 and Bishan estates (viewing from Blk 51 Lorong 6)

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Berechurch Rd, Colchester

Devonport, Plymouth, England

Morice Town, Plymouth, Devon


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The Details: Ephemeral Skye


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NGV: Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds

Container Housing, Amsterdam


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I added an end of summer shot of an old shack along the Foothills Highway from Boulder, Colorado recently. This rustic housing snap is just north of the Wyoming state line in Sand Creek Canyon dirt road to Laramie... and yes there is standing forest and logs south in Colorado for building materials. I shot this shack on an afternoon that was sliding into fall. It also looked pretty cozy. Some of the window glass is still in place next to an open door that someone forgot to shut. The environment is falling in here just like the implement shed. The environment doesn't pay any attention to the Twittler's lies. Gretta wins; the environment rules in the end. It's at work on this ranch house here too - dissolving shingles!


I found a bunch more oldies to edit while I have other irons in the fire and snow disappears again. The cliff behind thiis abandoned ranch house describe the canyon terrain. More snaps of a disappearing autumn in our country! Man, did I ever leave a bunch of snaps laying around. Usually, when I get back from a trip, I wonder about all the missing captures I should have taken. I like the prairie lands slipping into autumn color.


As long as I posted some autumn shots above Lyons in Apple Valley, I decided to dip into old trips around old back country routes. when I found this original shot of the shack. Now I can chuck this pseudo-HDR in with my categorized, finished edits.


This outrageous shot was on another rather mellow but blank sky fallish day. This screams of autumn's slow creep along back country byways like Sand Creek.


Pictures along Sand Creek of spectacular rock deposits are everywhere. I threw this series in for yet another break after I returned and found my class of shots at the vertical end to the Colorado plains. It's clear that random life can always manage a foothold on these cliffs. These are the finger prints of Colorado-tough, rough and tumble plant life. Here, I am once again adding to my massive stash of captures to edit. At least this is green and I snapped away.


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