Old decrepit English country home
English Country Home looks like it's been abundant from the outside but still has residents and is probably very quaint inside. The facade of the building is impressive in the details it offers. Look at the various brick patterns. The building was severely damaged and repaired on more than one occasion. Did German bombers hit it during WW2?
I have always been drawn to old-world buildings that show their age by the layers of stone you can uncover. It is similar to looking at the rings on a tree trunk to determine its age. The vines on the wall add to the moody feel of this fine-art image. Even the door looks like it has not been opened in years.
I muted the color pallet of this image to enhance the mood. It prints very well, and dozens of people have this Dan Kosmayer fine-art print on their walls.