An abstract view created in this wall and window with lines and textures. Known as “Officer’s Row” at Fort Bayard in southwest New Mexico, once regal living quarters are now falling sadly into decay. Portrayed in the art of decay, there are many elements telling a story of time in this photograph. Although I am not sure when this dwelling was built, Fort Bayard was originally established and the first building of the fort began in August of 1866 and currently is a National Historic Landmark. My heart breaks to see these once majestic buildings fall into ruin…..

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vicki pelham, vicki, pelham, v k pelham, vkpelham, vkp, window, wall, decay, dilapidation, history, peeling paint, nm, new mexico, fort bayard, concrete, stucco

I take great pleasure in being able to share what I love to do and I am honored that you have stopped by to share your time with me to take a look at my work. I grew up seeing photography as a form of fine art, with great appreciation I view the world around me and hope you will enjoy my captured vignettes and moments in time….. and thank you for taking a moment to view the world through my eyes!

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  • RVogler
    RVoglerover 2 years ago

    Wonderful interplay of color, textures, line and form :)
    Beautiful and poignant :)

  • Thank you so very kindly and very much appreciated!!!

    – Vicki Pelham

  • newbeltane
    newbeltanealmost 2 years ago

    What lies behind the window… I wonder! Nice shot.

    Steve ;-)

  • Very much appreciated, thank you Steve!

    – Vicki Pelham

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