2 thoughts on “somewhere in tucson #33.

  1. Greg – this is so satisfyingly balanced in color and composition. I’ve found something new to consider each time I’ve come back to look – the musical notes on the door, the fringe of green grass, the tiny spot of red brick, and today I saw the upper right hand crack seeking out the window. Thank you for sharing this image.

  2. Thanks, Dawn. I’ve lived in Tucson off-and-on over more than a few of the past years and have always been fascinated by these kind of images. The sense of decay, the beauty in the process, the way “art” emerges from the falling away of human intervention trying to keep things as they are … fascinating. The sad thing, to me, is that they will eventually be “fixed,” repaired or torn down. So I shoot them while I can.

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