Monday, February 25, 2019

Abandoned Building in Mostar [Through My Lens Nr. 180]

Every town or city has these places. Mostar maybe more so then others. Abandoned and worn down spots. But there is beauty here as well. Maybe it's the nature that takes over, or the remains that somehow lead you to question life lived there. Anyway, they are interesting spots, that make you linger. There's something simultaneously eerie and beautiful about abandoned places. You almost feel voyeuristic in a sense, like you're witnessing a very intimate piece of someone else's life. Though abandoned buildings (and towns) can often turn decrepit, the following spot (albeit somewhat weathered over time), made me stop during a recent walk and take these photos. I hope you will enjoy them.

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  1. Interesting old building, nicely caught!

  2. this is a very interesting old buildings with lovely textures. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful week ahead Mersad

  3. It is sad to see something that was once a home yet allowed to deteriorate, unloved and unwanted.

    1. And such a beautiful building as well!

  4. We have many buildings like this one...
    Thank you for hosting.

  5. that building is a work of art, as are your photos of it...

  6. I am strangely attracted to derelict buildings. They make me wonder how they fell into such a state of disrepair.

  7. Ich liebe diese maroden Gebäude !
    Sie lassen sich so wunderbar fotografieren und verbreiten eine ganz besondere Stimmung !
    Wirklich tolle Aufnahmen.
    Liebe Grüße

  8. I like photographing abandoned buildings, too, Mersad. They ahve a different kind of beauty!

  9. These are great - a real depth and texture in the photos!

  10. Such beautiful pics. Very lovely. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

  11. The exposed rocks make the old building even more interesting. - Margy

  12. Incredible pictures! Thanks for hosting.

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