I don’t know the reason why this building looks like this
Centrally placed iron gate telling us about the entrance point to the house.
The portion on your left side, I guess must have been a car shed. (based on the style of the doors)
The portion of the building on your right side- not sure what purpose it was used.
All that we see is a door-less window and missing one-half of the door (blue coloured)
The bricks at the first-floor level longing to tell their story.
Whenever we come across these dilapidated buildings we feel sad.
Whoever lived in this house- it must have been their dream house once. Am I not right?
They would have meticulously planned since it’s going to be their Heaven.
But what happened?
My friend, that is called life.
Change is the rule of life.
We all change. Our habits change. Our thoughts change. Our love changes. Our tastes change. Our opinions change.
Even we change our houses hoping for a better life.
Change is always constant.
“Just when I think I have learned the way to live, life changes” Unknown
Do you give any importance to these abandoned houses?
Photographers never miss a chance to click any old, unused, dilapidated or damaged buildings.
And they love those imperfections!
“Abandoned house has more stories…
Home with people has more secrets…” Alluring Amalgamation
Thank you for your visit.
Take care, my friend.
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A perfect example of dilapidated, Philo. Man-made structures, once loved, crumble from neglect. And they do have stories to tell.