Derelict or devastation? Or both?

A post for One Word Sunday: Devastation

Is derelict the same as devastation I wonder?

  • Devastation. Noun. great destruction or damage
  • Derelict. Adjective. in a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect

Maybe not. But I could turn it around and say that it is devastating that these wonderful buildings on an estate outside Prague (Czech Republic) have been left to become derelict. You can see these photos in colour here.

Papered over

Papered over © Deborah Ann Stott 2017

Not secure

Not secure © Deborah Ann Stott 2017

Hodge Podge Decorating

Hodge Podge Decorating © Deborah Ann Stott 2017

Happy Sunday, or if your Sunday is almost over, hope you have a good week ahead. Debbie blog sign off 2018

 

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