A Building’s History

Or something like a needlework sampler to show all the stitches you know.

bldg history

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6 Responses to A Building’s History

  1. I love the idea of a sampler, so apt for this wall. I also like your images and the textures you find.

  2. I never thought about these oft-repaired walls as looking like a needlepoint sampler, but it is a perfect description!

  3. Sheryl says:

    This building has a lot of stories to tell. I love the analogy with a needlepoint sampler.

  4. AncesTrees says:

    Love the bricked up openings, holding captive the spirits of the building. Do you have any shots of old railroad cars? I love their angles, proportions, surfaces in all kinds of light and the stories they could tell about the places they have traveled.

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