The Last Drop
Photograph - Prints
This is from my Abandoned series. I find old abandoned buildings are beautiful in a gritty careworn way and have stories to tell.
This gem sits across on the Malcon just across from the Sea of Cortez in the seaport town of Loreto Baja California Sur.
At one time may have been a thriving business, the location certainly would have been convenient for the people who stroll and drive up and down the Malcon each evening.
Today its beauty comes from the care worn facade and the faded lettering.
To be sure there is no more drinking water to be offered.
This piece and all other works in the galleries represent Art with a global flair.
Its an eclectic mixture of styles and topics, influenced by a variety of world cultures. When we surround ourselves with artwork our lives are enriched.
Like good books they linger in our being and help shape who we are and how we view the world.
Having a favorite piece of art or two around to view on a regular basis is good for your spirit and that is always worth the investment.
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September 1st, 2014
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