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Boise, ID - United States

v/f

William Fields replied:

t/y

Alexandria, VA - United States

Love old buildings, great texture. V

William Fields replied:

Thank you Terry.

Mesa, AZ - United States

Love the title - thought about as I reflected on the photo and the slight light that was let in. Very nice. v

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Marcia. Glad you liked it.

Bridgeport, CT - United States

beautiful ! voted

William Fields replied:

Thank you Ivelina!

Kelowna, BC - Canada

Interesting old building ,could it be the inside of a silo V

William Fields replied:

Thanks for the vote Sharon. No, it's in an older factory building.

Pune - India

Nice find!Vintage feel!V

William Fields replied:

Thanks Sonali!

Greensboro, NC - United States

Great detail, tones and work, Bill! f/v.

William Fields replied:

Thanks Sandi, appreciate it

Brussels - Belgium

Great textures and details. V!

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Philip

Little Falls, MN - United States

Interesting old building that reads like an abstract wirth fuzzy and sharp texture. Great capture. You looked UP! voted, faved, and facebook R20

William Fields replied:

Thanks Kathy!

Yellowknife, NT - Canada

Great shot of an old building love the detail and lighting well done.

William Fields replied:

Thank you Darren, appreciate your support

Rochester, NY - United States

i love your description of imperfect things!!! and i remember jesse colin young!!! your photograph gives a history of time gone by ....the memories it holds inside only the walls can tell.....v/f/fb

William Fields replied:

Barbara, thank you for your very thoughtful comment. Glad to know I'm not the only one who remembers Jesse. Peace

Spokane, WA - United States

I love the color and texture, pattern,makes for a very interesting compostion, I am intriguided!v

William Fields replied:

Thanks Kari, glad you enjoyed.

Redan, vi - Australia

interesting work v/g

William Fields replied:

thank you Julie

Franklin Square, NY - United States

William, Great shot of with such a great capture of the details of an old building, I love what Phyllis Denton said and that is, "Old Buildings have so much to say" and that is so true. You have done a remarkable job at capturing the vintage era of this building and its insides and what made it run. Excellent job, voted, Tweet, FB and Google+ promoted

William Fields replied:

Thank you very much John. I appreciate your support!

Rochester, NY - United States

Nice HDR, great details.

William Fields replied:

Thank you Mark

Woodburn, OR - United States

Interesting capture - I like it.

William Fields replied:

Helen, I'm glad. Thanks

Port Vincent, LA - United States

Now I won't look into the old warehouse the same way... Really interesting interpretation. Love it. Voted

New Orleans, La - United States

what a lovely old building...voted

William Fields replied:

thanks Marian

Suffolk, VA - United States

Great capture. v

William Fields replied:

Thank you Jennifer

Shah Alam, Se - Malaysia

well done ... V

William Fields replied:

Thanks very much Saajid.

Scotts Valley, CA - United States

Very intriguing great composition! Voted g+1

William Fields replied:

Thank you Garnett!

Rochester, Ne - United States

Great work William!!!

William Fields replied:

Thanks Aimee!

Wentzville, MO - United States

the textures are just brilliant!

William Fields replied:

Bill, you are too kind. Thank you!

New Delhi, De - India

interesting composition. v :)

William Fields replied:

Thanks Ashish

Chappaqua, NY - United States

So intricate - wonderful textures. v

William Fields replied:

Thank you Marianne. Appreciate it.

Hecla, SD - United States

Very beautiful image, I too love old and rustic, but William it is your outstanding photography skills that makes this such a fabulous capture. There is so much to love about this image, the textures, lighting, the angle you shot it on and the wonderful post processing. F/V

William Fields replied:

Susan, I'm touched by your kindness. Thank you very much! I'm glad you like the picture.

Catskill, NY - United States

Very interesting shot with great depth of character ( and textures, light and shadow) . v

William Fields replied:

Very kind of you Ellen. Glad you like the piece. I appreciate your support. Thanks

Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Very original shot which leaves us with a strange feeling. Is it the purpose? According to the title and in my opinion, yes, it is.

William Fields replied:

Thanks Brigitte. Not sure what you said but I like it.

Auburn, PA - United States

Great presentation and detail - love the poem and description - Dave - V/F/P

William Fields replied:

Dave, thanks very much. Have you heard it sung? Quite nice. Check it out. Thanks again.

Bury, Ma - United Kingdom

Right up my street William. This is one of those dark scary places never meant to be seen but which make stunning photographs like yours. Fantastic image. V&F. I too like imperfection -which I think is a good job every time I look in the mirror! ;-)

William Fields replied:

Matt, I believe we are kindred spirits. I do appreciate your support. And, trust me, I dodge the mirror as well.

Morro Bay, CA - United States

Great capture!

William Fields replied:

Thanks!

Lexington Park, MD - United States

Beautiful shot!

William Fields replied:

Thank you!

Prescott, AZ - United States

Very nice...voted. I really enjoyed your story.

William Fields replied:

Thank you Sharon, glad you enjoyed!

Holbrook, MA - United States

William - I like this image; great capture - it has a lot of nice texture. Your description of the work is wonderful! - voted, faved and FB promoted.

William Fields replied:

Oh Alexandra! Thank you, thank you!

Calgary, AB - Canada

What a wonderful description for a beautiful and unique image - voted!

William Fields replied:

You are too kind Ramona. Thank you.

San Pedro, CA - United States

The sepia tone keeps this image strange, William. And is that light popping through top left? v!

William Fields replied:

Daylight Joe. Thanks for your support.

Long Prairie, MN - United States

great picture, love all the details of the old wood and fan. V

William Fields replied:

Thank you very much Bonnie!

San Miguel, CA - United States

Interesting old construction showing showing here, and the description was also fun to read. Glad I don't have to retrofit this old place! Voted.

William Fields replied:

Susan, thanks! Really, on the retrofit!

Beverly Hills, CA - United States

interesting, different and full of history v

William Fields replied:

Thanks Nina for your comment and vote

Galveston, TX - United States

Nice edit work and story! :P V

William Fields replied:

Thanks Tisha

Merritt Island, Fl - United States

I agree about finding beauty in imperfection. This is beautiful, indeed.

William Fields replied:

AnnaJo, thank you! This philosophy has served me well.

Astoria, NY - United States

Great composition!

William Fields replied:

Thanks Jim!

Northridge, CA - United States

Well done William to show all the rusty & weary parts of this ware house like place..very unusual and tricky..V,T,Fb)

William Fields replied:

Thank you Bedros, appreciate your support.

Seattle, WA - United States

Interesting capture! v. Marcie

William Fields replied:

Thanks Marcie!

Toronto, ON - Canada

beautiful place from the passwith lots memory it is wonderful v/f

William Fields replied:

Thanks Giti!

Fullerton California, ca - United States

beautiful...v/f

William Fields replied:

Thanks Athala

Calgary, AB - Canada

I really like piece William. voted

William Fields replied:

Thank you Megan

Chicago, IL - United States

Wonderful Photograph!! Amazing detail and post processing..V!

William Fields replied:

Thank you Anne, appreciate it.

Naples, FL - United States

Good capture...v

William Fields replied:

Thanks

Calgary, AB - Canada

Darkness captured indeed, well done! v

William Fields replied:

Thank you Salomi!

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