Weekly Photo Challenge – Fray

This weeks challenge is FRAY – I choose to interpret this with these images taken when touring earthquake damaged parts of Christchurch with my dad (who was from out of town)

Fraying apart at the seams, what is left over when you demolish a building – steel rods that reinforced concrete beams – click to embiggen

 

Year and years of posters created all these layers revealed when they were torn away, fraying at the edges

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8 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge – Fray

  1. Carolyn Collins says:

    Especially like the layered posters, great spotting.

    • lensaddiction says:

      Thanks Carolyn, we were at QEII park seeing them demolish the stands. This shot was a big round concrete column that had been covered in posters but most of them were torn away, not sure why?

      • Peter Dawson says:

        It may be that the weather was doing the fraying.

        I have a shot somewhere of a similar post in Victoria St WN where the layers had been stripped back by heavy rain and a good ol’ Wellington southerly…

      • lensaddiction says:

        That is a point I hadnt considered, but it was like that all the way around the column, like someone had gone around tearing them off. Tho given how thick the layers were, not even sure if that was possible.

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