Wordless Wednesday – a real ‘lean to’



Welcome to Wordless Wednesday 

Leaning

Any suggestions for a good caption to this photo?

Debbie

Categories: blogging, Nature, phoneography, Photography, Travel, walk, wordless WednesdayTags: , , , , , ,

20 comments

  1. Leaning towards a renovation rescue.

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  2. Hey, has that building been drinking?

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  3. Great shot! I would call it “Window”

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  4. Caption: “This building has seen better days!”

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  5. Sideways.
    Unhinged.
    … or maybe thats just how im feeling, and not the building. lol.

    Great shot, Deb 🙂

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  6. Reminds me of the poem about the crooked man in the crooked house.

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