Imagine a person inside, screaming yet nobody can hear him. Maybe not physically screaming, just screaming in one's mind.
He is looking outside, wandering, wanting, yet he cant go outside. It is forbidden.
Everything is so nice and orderly, yet it seems like there is more chaos outside the building. Like the inside is the only sane place left, and the people themselves are going insane.
Can't really describe it but the feeling and what I imagine is very poweful.
It's amazing that there's such a stark contrast between the tree & the sterile looking building. This photo really caught my attention while browsing your fantastic gallery (you are a gifted photographer) because the composition is so simple & clean. It's incredible how one thing like that tree can bring a sense of life into to a dead environment. I also agree that B&W was the perfect choice but then again I think B&W photography is your forte.
of course you don't have to be loud to shout... silence can be deafening and a single gesture can come across as a roar of noise... it may not be the concept of the pic but it fits it nicely... i love how abandoned it looks then there is the tree to kinda break it up... this is awesome....
Oh, OK, OK, I am a sucker for buildings and straight angles. I love the color scheme, and the huge wall that blocks off everything. I also love the dark predatory concrete ridges behind the two-story building, as well as the lone fir tree. And I beat my head against the wall because I don't have a camera...
this is very creppy, love the texture, it looks like a mental hospital or a scary old jail. I enjoy the title to, much more engaging than "old walls" or "lonely tree" like most people would have named it. The element of not knowing what you mean makes it more fascinating and probes one to look deeper into this awesome photograph
hey, very nice image I love that simple look, that low saturated colours...makes me feel lonely...lost, desperate....it is very expressive, kind of drags me into that picture with it's perspective.
where did you take it?
mmkay, but feel what?
I think its a stunning photo, I love how the expected horizon has been replaced by a huge wall, but I think its hard to deliver a specific feeling from an architectual photograph. Can I buy a consonant Anyway, its always great to see new works from you Ailine