19 January, 2021

collapsed column

saw this last Friday on my way to the recycling centre.









37 comments:

  1. I wonder if they plan on repairing the column, it looks a little sad laying on the ground. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  2. Hello bill, or they want to make it wider here or a car has suffered a major dent. Question with this photo is which one would it have been?

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  3. It is time to bring out the Krazy Glue.

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  4. Does anyone need a bricklayer?

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  5. Yes you wonder what happend.Maybe just invading rainwater and frost.

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  6. Oh dear, I hope they fix it :-D

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  7. Looks like there may have been a gate there at one time...

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  8. It's an open ended story. Oh, you just never know when something like this might happen. We have some old places like this to that everyone wants to turn away from and hope you go to the nearest housing development. But not everyone.

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  9. I hope it gets repaired soon!

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  10. I knew I shouldn't have tried to reverse up the front path.....

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  11. The owners may never go that way...out the back door, into a car and off they go. Too bad!

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  12. Oh my, it looks like an accident has happened.

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  13. I guess some completely incapable brick layer like me made this column!

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  14. Looks like time to call a professional brick mason for some repair.

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  15. We are all getting old like the mortar on that column.

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  16. So there are jobs to be done
    I am here now at http://pentaxfoto.com/

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  17. Seguro algún coche ha trpezado con ella ya hora está pendiente de su restauración.

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  18. They should give it some attention.

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  19. The mystery of the fallen column

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  20. Uy la humedad y el tiempo le afecto . Buena fotografía

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  21. Oh dear! Time to call the handyman 😉

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  22. Reminds me of an old fellow from our village who refused to pay the builder for the wall he built for him. The builder came back and knocked it flat and that is how it stayed till the guy died

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  23. I hope they may be able to repair it.

    All the best Jan

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