This wall faces west, up a hill toward Blue Bell Park. Fallen leaves surround the house served by this wall. It seems that autumn, soon winter, will tip in nature’s favor against this old construction. Other parts of the home are under repair, suggesting that despite its appearance, this facade fairs quite well against the elements.
Though the stucco slowly crumbles off the exterior of what is sure to be a wood frame, I imagine the interior is well kept. This feeling is bolstered by a fervent positivism, but also by the odd comfort assured me by the drape in the window.
Details are important and my D800 always serves me well in this regard. Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 @ 40mm, f/7.1, 1/160s
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