Wordless Wednesday: Ferguson


22 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Ferguson”

  1. Gattina Says:

    I don’t know Ferguson but it looks rather ugly !

  2. Indrani Says:

    Good green treatment to the pic.

  3. Daisy the Curly Cat Says:

    That looks like a playground gone wrong!

  4. Louis la Vache Says:

    «Louis» thanks you for your visit to his Wordless Wednesday post.

    Olivier at Evry Daily Photo often posts shots made with the Hipstamatic, as does Magic Polaroid.

  5. Mitch Says:

    Impressive shot!

  6. Cats of wildcat woods Says:

    You create abstract art with your industrial shots!

  7. Li Says:

    What I love about this is that through the rubble there is life. Happy WW!!!

    Glad you liked the train tracks pic. Safe travels to NYC !!


  8. Cafe au lait Says:

    This is very creative.

    My entry.

  9. Ms. Latina Says:

    I love how you always capture raw life in your images!

  10. Sue St Clair Says:

    Love the groovy feel of this pic! And yes, life will find a way, even in the concrete jungle. :) Happy WW!

  11. Marg Says:

    It is kind of sad to see the ruins of probably something that used to be a good thing. We like the way you did the picture. That is great. Hope you have a good day.

  12. Comedy Plus Says:

    Yikes that’s a lot of vacant lot with a lot of graffiti. It’s the same everywhere though. Nice shot too.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

  13. Beth @ 990 Square Says:

    I want to know what that painting in the foreground is. Interesting shot!

  14. Robin from Israel Says:

    Great tones, and I like the way the graffiti in the foreground tells only half a story.

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  15. Snowcatcher Says:

    I like the green tone to this and the contrasting pinkish red in the corner. Looks like you’ve used a vignette? No doubt another of your fancy phone apps?

  16. CatSynth Says:

    Same iPhone app as many of the others: Hipstamatic.

  17. Tillie & Georgia Says:

    Yiles!!! The scene does look rather sick and green.
    Maybe the scene is sick of itself ;)
    I like the bit in the lower left corner.Interesting.

  18. AVCr8teur Says:

    Looks like it’s been vacant for awhile. The graffiti artists decided to “spruce” up the sad site.

  19. Joeyg Says:

    Very Sweet photo, you have alot of creativity.

  20. meowmeowmans Says:

    I love how the weeds and plants are growing amidst the ruins. Nature wins, I guess!

  21. SandyCarlson (USA) Says:

    I like. Yet so many people….Whence the energy? Enormous. Thank you.

  22. jessica @peekababy Says:

    I love the coloration on this shot. I wish I knew the story behind this place…