My response to today’s theme on #photo101 was a spider’s web captured in a window frame in the abandoned polder village of Doel.
The main target for my camera yesterday was the graffiti which covers almost every vertical surface in Doel.
So as an extra #photo101 contribution this evening, here is a short slide show featuring the (un) natural world of Doel…
And for those having trouble seeing the slideshow on mobile devices here are the images…
16 thoughts on “the (un) natural world of doel”
Bummer I can’t see it on my phone ggrrrr
I will add the photos inline also…
hope you liked them x
oh i loveee those i adore street art right up my alley, scuze the pun!
I love it too…plenty more to come and a lot on my other blog belgradestreets.com
oh let me look there i think i saw that on your twitter, or something, maybe insta…scratches my head
just followed it s
Heck, now I want to go to Doel so much! I love abandoned places in so much that I’m considering visiting Chernobyl, except this trip obviously takes some maneuvering with the authorities and lots of funds. So maybe later.
Wow, Chernobyl would be amazing to photograph…Doel is a little easier to visit although there are security barriers and Police patrols…
if there’s one thing i miss about HK, because I don’t see a lot of it here in Bangkok, is street graffiti. If I was an artist, and not a writer, I would be a Banksy here. And probably get hauled in by the junta…
You would be at home in Doel then, or Belgrade…you might like to take a look at my other blog belgradestreets.com 🙂
just did. i liked it very much. following this one too.
Thank you 🙂
Wow !! Interesting street art !
Thank you 🙂