Decay on Chestnut Street Mark August 23, 2012 Buildings / Cities This building is extremely out of character for this neighborhood in Philadelphia, which is old but generally very well maintained, preserved, or rebuilt, except for this. So of course I am featuring it. Like this:Like Loading... Tags: D700, hdr, Nikkor PC-E 24mm, OnOne Photo Tools, Photomatix Continue Reading Previous PostSt. Mary’s [Immaculate Conception] Church, Yonkers, Rose Window North SideNext PostInside – The Damage Today You Might Also Like Belvedere Castle In Snow February 15, 2010 Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Syracuse, NY May 23, 2012 Bow Bridge, Central Park West, and Fall Color October 26, 2015 This Post Has 6 Comments Jim Denham 23 Aug 2012 Why not, it’s what we do! The arches over the doors and windows are quite interesting – probably looked great before its abandonment. Jim Denham recently posted..Austin – From The Hip Born27 23 Aug 2012 Great selection of picture. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. I am looking forward for more wonderful post. Wayne Frost 23 Aug 2012 Wonderful find for a subject and masterful processing, Mark. Wayne Frost recently posted..Red In The Afternoon Jane Lynch 24 Aug 2012 The building looks awesome. And that was a great shot. Mike Criswell 24 Aug 2012 Nice processing on this Mark, great atmosphere LensScaper 24 Aug 2012 What a great find. I am fascinated by the way those boarded up windows are variably lit. Processing suits it perfectly. LensScaper recently posted..Descending the Staircase Comments are closed.