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. 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 Crosswalk No. 41 August 11, 2010 Crosswalk No. 100 April 5, 2011 Hardened – Steel at the Dry Cleaners February 28, 2011 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.