I love the way nature quickly reclaims man's work, like outside a house where no one has lived for a generation.
very nice composition Michael!
11 Jun 2008 8:20am
@saeed: Thank you, Saeed.
very nice image
11 Jun 2008 8:36am
@Alun Lambert: Thank you, Alun.
Really nice shot, it resembles Maya temples in the jungle, overgrown for centuries. Interesting that plants are that quickly!
11 Jun 2008 8:37am
@MadScientist: Many thanks, MS.
Only ghost's..... cool observation Michael, and nice pov.
11 Jun 2008 9:35am
@Observing: Many thanks, Mike.
Great find and wonderful composition, Michael!
11 Jun 2008 10:07am
@Betty: Thank you, Betty.
Yes, nature does reclaim her territory quickly! Cool shot! Love the texture.
11 Jun 2008 10:53am
@Craig: Thank you, Craig.
Wonderful shot, Michael - it is also probably, very slippery when wet.
11 Jun 2008 11:14am
@Judy: No doubt. thank you, Judy.
Yes, I agree. Nature's healing processes can make art of our leftovers.
11 Jun 2008 11:27am
@Viewfinder: A great comment. thank you, VF.
Love the tilt. Gives it an unsettling feeling.
11 Jun 2008 11:37am
@Tracey: Intended. thank you, Tracey.
You are right about nature, it doesn't take long to cover our traces... I like your composition here!
11 Jun 2008 12:50pm
@vu@granby - Wolfgang: Many thanks, Wolfgang.
Very pretty :]
11 Jun 2008 1:18pm
@Sammi: Thanks so much, Sammi.
Nature is wonderful. I have seen unused road with the pavement ripped apart by grass.
That is a beautiful shot. I love the angle you chose.
11 Jun 2008 1:38pm
@Michael Rawluk: Thank you, Michael.
What a great find Michael, I love the way the moss carpets the stone steps. A brilliant shot.
11 Jun 2008 1:40pm
@MaryB: Thank you very much, Mary.
Bravo Michael, I call that 'Find of the Year' ...gorgeous photograph, unusual and velvety and oh so beautiful there aren't enough starts in the world for this...I love it
11 Jun 2008 1:49pm
@Lorraine: Thanks so much, Lorraine. That's very nice to say.
Its a great shot with an interesting angle!!
11 Jun 2008 2:37pm
@baba: Thank you, baba.
and in a beautiful way. nice shot
11 Jun 2008 3:05pm
@Sérgio Martins: Thanks very much, Sérgio.
This is beautiful...love the color and composition.
11 Jun 2008 3:22pm
@Melissa W.: Thank you, Melissa. I appreciate that.
Love the angle that you took this picture at Michael. Yes nature has a way of reclaiming and it is very beautiful.
11 Jun 2008 3:48pm
@Marion: Many thanks, Marion.
Nice shot, a real step back in time
11 Jun 2008 3:51pm
@Peter Miller: Thank you, Peter.
I would like to know where leads this passage... very nice shot !
11 Jun 2008 4:16pm
@Natacha-photographie: It leads up to a stone house that has not been occupied for many years. thank you, Natacha.
This is a great image. It is eye catching. You have made a really true observation.
11 Jun 2008 4:26pm
@Rags: Thank you very much, Rags.
Très intérréssant ce cadrage, une impression de perdre l'équilibre :-)
11 Jun 2008 5:00pm
@10cré: Oui. Merci beaucoup.
Interesting photo and very creative angle!
11 Jun 2008 5:42pm
@Stunner: Thank you, Stunner.
Une marche vers le passé, une photo superbe !
11 Jun 2008 8:37pm
@ceanothe: Merci beaucoup.
Ou quand la nature reprend sa place. L'angle de prise de vue est... renversant !! :-)
11 Jun 2008 8:51pm
@Evelyne Dubos: Un bon commentaire. merci, Evelyne.
it sure is interesting angle and looks like for an age since anyone visited there.
11 Jun 2008 8:57pm
@pLusOne: Thank you very much, P1.
At first I felt dizzy. Beautiful shot with this angle Michael!
11 Jun 2008 10:11pm
@standley: Thank you, Richard.
Great colours and angle there! Nice shot!
12 Jun 2008 4:10am
@Koushiro~光子郎: Thank you, Koushiro.
nice angle, it seems an ols stair of an old house. I like composition here.
12 Jun 2008 8:07am
@Arash: Thank you.
12 Jun 2008 10:20am
@Andres Abon: Naturally. Thanks, Andres.
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