A Collage of Grimness

Grim

grim (grĭm)
adj. grim·mer, grim·mest
1. Unrelenting; rigid.
2. Uninviting or unnerving in aspect; forbidding: “undoubtedly the grimmest part of him was his iron claw” (J.M. Barrie).
3. Ghastly; sinister: “He made a grim jest at the horrifying nature of his wound” (Reginald Pound). See Synonyms at ghastly.
4. Dismal; gloomy: a grim, rainy day.
5. Ferocious; savage: the grim advance of the pillaging army.

Have you ever been in a location where everything is so very dull around you? Grey concrete and rusty metal surrounds you.

Through the window
Through the window
Concrete Towers
Concrete Towers
No band playing here today
No band playing here today
Litter bin / ashtray
Litter bin / ashtray

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