A few nice Hard Water Damage images I found:
The Pebbles at Huelgoat, Brittany, France
Image by net_efekt
Huelgoat is popular with tourists and holidaymakers due to its impressive natural setting among the vestiges of the ancient forest that once covered inland Brittany. Once part of royal and ducal lands, the forest is now overseen by the French forestry commission, the Office National des Forêts. It has an area of 10 square kilometres. A large replanting scheme has repaired much of the damage sustained by the forest in storms on the 15th-16th October 1987, when 3.1 square kilometres of trees were levelled or damaged.
The village lies on a lake created between the 16th and 18th centuries to supply water to local silver-lead mines by means of a 3 km leat or canal.
Image by viking_79
The construction zone inside the building melds with the reflection off the window of the urban cityscape making it hard to distinguish what belongs where.
The pillars show how high water damage reached within the buildings.
panarama east wall
Image by brocktopia
More fun with Photoshop and using the Transformation > Distort utility stitching these two images together. There are still some distortions, but finding the seam where the two images overlap is really hard. This is taking me back to the days of working with a view camera and using the swings and tilts to adjust for perspective.
The subject here is a construction project on the back porch were I’m pulling out a bunch of water damaged drywall to finish a project I started a while back to turn the porch into a pantry. It was kind of cool to discover the original lap siding of the house under the drywall.