Architecture, Landscapes Falling Down March 18, 2013 5 Comments Sticking with buildings. I took these at least a year ago and just let them stew till I got around to them. Pleased with the results. Panasonic G3, 11mm, ISO 200, f/4.0, 1/500 Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePinterestPocketTumblrRedditEmailLike this:Like Loading... architectureLandscape photographyMicro Four Thirds systemPanasonic CorporationPhotographersphotographyTechniques and StylesTravel and TourismTravel GuidesTravelogues Previous Post Next Post You may also like July 17, 2014 Stroll Through Panama City December 19, 2016 The Abstract Fall May 19, 2013 Around the Taco Stand 5 Comments Love this old home. Beautifully done! If you have the time head to WV or even Southern MD and there are tons of places like this. One of the secret sauces is shooting with a 118 degree lens from Panasonic that make shots like this possible. Micro 4/3! Then again the cameras run $300 but the lenses are $1000. Hard to see old homes go into ruin. This house is worse now since a tree fell on it. Most old homes are left because the owners are in a nursing home and nothing is done until the estate is settled. I have seen old homes turned into beautiful homes but most either get torn down or just left to deteriorate on their own. I am sure this home at one time was a thing of beauty and was filled with a wonderful family. wow. I really like the tones in this. Thanks. Just good old standard black and white with a bit of tone colors for fun.