I follow the blog of rprtphoto, wh0 takes amazing photographs. I am rebloging today’s because I think it would make fabulous quilting fabric. Don’t you think?
Most of Havana’s once stately buildings are decaying to varying degrees. Whether built of limestone, cement or stucco, the marine environment combined with decades of neglect have taken their toll. Crumbling facades, peeling paint, rusting iron and decaying wood mar most of these lovely structures, but each building’s character and former grace always seem to shine through, even when the exterior walls are all that’s left. It makes for a somewhat surreal setting, and some neighborhoods have an almost postapocalyptic ambiance. At times I felt like I was walking through a movie set and not a real city.
One building material that has held up well over the years is ceramic tile. The buildings that still had tile on their exterior had a vibrance that made them stand out among their faded neighbors. The image above is a close-up of the tile veneer that lines the bottom of the building…
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