Tag: decrepitude

Early One Morning

Early One Morning

The weather effects in this part of Aberdeenshire never stop inspiring me. It’s fairly usual to find me up pretty early and this is one of the reasons why. With the Sun casting a warm orange light over the cold fog shrouded landscape, it was hard to resist trying to capture. These old abandoned but-and-bens are scattered all over Scotland… Read more →

La porte de Mme Dubreuil

La porte de Mme Dubreuil

Above the door the sign reads: DUBREUIL MD TAILLEUR The rest of the front of the building is in the same gorgeous state of disrepair.  I imagine that once, local ladies would leave their children on these steps while they went in for fittings.  Emerging later clutching their new garments carefully crafted by Madamme Dubreuil. Now, the window frames are bleached bare… Read more →