Phone Wall in an Abandoned Traditional House in Chenglong Village, TaiwanApril 25, 2015
Category: Archetecture, Street Photography Tagged: architecture, Chenlong Village, phone numbers, Photography, Taiwan, telephone, Timothy S. Allen, Traditional House, wall, Yunlin County
wow – this one says so much!!!
This captivates the imagination, many stories are implied here, plus loose wires 🙂 There is so much that I like about this photo, topically and compositionally.
Thank you. There’s not much left of this house that speaks of the people who lived there.
Found myself exploring the details. Liked the mix of numbers and characters (hanzi?).
This is an interesting wall. I’m trying to find time to complete a panoramic of the interior of the same room. It requires postproduction using the new Light Room CC. It’s now has its own built in panoramic processor.
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