Ruins Outside of Charlton – Part Two

This second photograph from the Ruins outside of Charlton looking from the back of the house toward the front door was also shot with the Canon 17mm TSE lens. What attracted me to this composition was the rotting floorboards leading into the frame with the doorway on the right and at the front of the building. The tree outside the far door is not what I would have liked as I feel it is somewhat of an anticlimax for the eye, but that is what was there and cloning it out would have significantly altered the image; leaving just an empty space. The inclusion of the brick ruined door frame on the left and right help frame the shot and the there is a texture and colour to the walls that I find very appealing.

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