Ghost Hotel  

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Uploaded: 02/24/13 9:40 PM GMT
Ghost Hotel
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This old derelict hotel in Marathon, Texas, is surrounded by vehicles and debris.It in itself was interesting, but the skies/clouds were nothing short of spectacular.


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02/24/13 10:47 PM GMT
Likey! faved!
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02/24/13 11:19 PM GMT
I bet there is alot of history to be told behind that oldie, excellent post work my friend. Tigs♥ =^..^=
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02/25/13 12:10 AM GMT
This is a terrific capture and you are right, the clouds make the shot, nice effects work also.
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02/25/13 2:22 AM GMT
Those clouds bring it home, Doug. A very dramatic image that keeps one looking and thinking.
Great post .
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02/25/13 3:37 AM GMT
It would be a great place for a long exposure shot given the name of the town. A great looking sky hanging over your shot Doug. A good b/w capture of the scene.
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02/25/13 4:44 AM GMT
Splendid work Doug !!

I hope you may consider submitting this for our B/W Wednesday Fun Challenge

(Please :) )
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02/25/13 6:58 AM GMT
Another great shot with intense Lighting and a spooky feeling tone.....the makings of a movie perhaps???
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02/26/13 7:26 AM GMT
Wowzer Doug!!!!!!!!!!! This is a doozy. Excellent use of contrasting values and stark contrast!!! Rip roaring good!!!!!!
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02/27/13 9:26 AM GMT
Triple A very good.

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02/27/13 8:50 PM GMT
I have to agree with you, Spectacular shot and what a sky, wow
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