Tuesday Photo Challenge – Junk 6 mars, 20205 mars, 2020 / Leya For Frank – Junk! Share this:Klicka för att dela på Twitter (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att dela på Facebook (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för utskrift (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att e-posta en länk till en vän (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att dela på Tumblr (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Gilla detta:Gilla Laddar in … Relaterade
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Brilliant find … you wonder how people can live there, Just the steps … is a hurdle. But it looks abandoned or ??? Don’t know with Tbilisi’s old houses.
No, you don’t know with their old houses. They might look abandoned, but some are not.
Some look condemn on the outside and inside they are fantastic. I notice that when I looked for apartments for Easter.
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This one really makes me wonder… especially after zooming in on the details of this “junk.” Picture worth a thousand words?
Well, maybe. Hard to describe without a picture at least!
A lot of time, effort, and adaptation goes into making a like like that. It is also sad that people live that way, either by choice or situation. A few houses in my neighborhood which is comfortable lower middle class allow their yards to look that way.
oops. If you can please change that first like to pile. 🙂
In the first sentence I used the word like twice where it should have been ”pile like”.
True, and there are yards like that in our town as well.
At first the string line seemed to be a means of blocking access to it, but in this bigger photo it seems a laundry line and that maybe the stairs themselves are ‘junk’. Very interesting. Where is it, please?
I think there are blocking lines as well as laundry lines. This is in Tbilisi, Georgia.
I see. It seems like such a story there, maybe many years of families and tenants and all–
Yes, you are right – stories there are. Tbilisi is a city full of them. Wish I had known more about them.
Oh, what an amazing pile of junk!!
Oh dear! does anyone still live there?
I think so…
That is sad to think someone lives in such a tumble down state 😦
Yes – and there were many of those in Tbilisi. I talked to a woman in such a house – she knew some words in English, so she told me life was difficult there. And I understand there can not be many necessities working. Parts of the Old Town was literally falling apart and the rebuilding made the area a big construction site.
It is a shame to see what other people have to endure just to exist
It is. And still they do.