Friday, September 18, 2009

Old walls and new life out of them



16 comments:

Cher said...

the first photo looks like a painting! can't take my eyes off it..

The Good Life in Virginia said...

a very good day...beautiful captures. if only the walls could speak and tell us of the history there.

Sunny said...

What an interesting old building. The clouds are beautiful.
Sunny :)

Ackworth born said...

quite amazing how plants and even small trees can grow in the crevices of old buildings.

Titania said...

I wonder how far this little tree will go? Great photos. We have sometimes trees, ferns etc. growing from gutters. We always say, times are bad nothing grows! Because we saw this house it was standing in a field of marvellous man high wheat and the farmer said:" Bad times nothing grows! Have a lovely weekend. I am off for a week, flying on Tuesday to the red heart of Australia.

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Beautiful old architecture!

Bergson said...

a beautiful castel
but a dangerous tree for this stones

Denise said...

Wonderful photos! A very beauitiful old building and the image of the small tree growing out of the side is a fascinating sight.

Tes said...

Oh wow, those are good photos! Good composition too. Just look at the details of your clouds -amazing! However did you take the third photos...it's true after all that we photo geeks would jump, fly, swim for a good capture -and yours is really good!

Life has a way of finding it's way...

Adrian LaRoque said...

That is amazing! Great photos Meda!

SquirrelQueen said...

When the second photo is enlarged I can see another tiny limb working its way out from the bottom right of the window.
All of your photos of this old building are marvelous.

Pietro said...

Interesting old castle. Those little trees on the walls are amazing! Beautiful pictures!

photowannabe said...

That's just amazing. Life is so persistent.
Beautiful shots Meda.

Lara said...

nature is amazing! growing where one would expect less!

Anna said...

Nature is amazing, and full of surprises. Excellent title for the photos, the first one has such a nice blue sky, gorgeous, Anna :)

Regina said...

Beautiful shots!