Dilapidated #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of an old rusty, dilapidated, post
Beyond repair?

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Linking To The Sunday Stills Photography Challenge hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. Theme: Dilapidated.

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30 thoughts on “Dilapidated #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Rust a’plenty for sure Hugh. I’m surprised that people aren’t worried that kids will try to climb on it, possible slice a finger on a sharp, rusted piece and so they ask to have this removed.

    Here is my Starling photo from today … thank you for including it in your own Wordless Wednesday post. I am on a roll. This is my 7th bird photo on Wednesday in a row:


    1. This particular post was on the edge of woodland in the countryside, away from any main paths or roads, Linda. I only found it by chance while taking a quick walk with the dogs. It’s one of their favourite spots for a walk.

      1. Okay, so no one is complaining about its dilapidated state then Hugh. Rural areas are the best for discoveries like this. There is a place in the state of Georgia, often used for photo fashion shoots, that has hundreds of old rusted cars in the woods. It sounds terrible, like a junkyard, but I think it would be interesting to see. I’ll send the link separately to you.

  2. I like wordless Wednesday also, but I might point out that it isn’t wordless. You gave it one word – dilapidated. you couldn’t resist, could you?

    1. Thank you. Did you do a post for Wordless Wednesday, Will? I think it’s all about the photo being Wordless and nothing in the body of the post (other than a. brief caption and copyright information). But I’m sure you know that.

  3. A little grimace crossed my face as I wondered how much support that rusty post provides, especially from the angle from which it was photographed. Perfectly dilapidated and a hair scary looking, Hugh!

    1. When I saw it, it looked like an old saw to me, Terri. Goodness knows how long it has been there, but the welsh rain and weather have certainly dilapidated it over the years.

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