Abandoned Shack

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  1. pacereve

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    From a recent photo hike with a buddy,
    we stumbled upon this collapsed cabin,
    a great find I must say! I hope to return
    to do a 'trash the dress' style portrait shoot...

    1. A panorama shot of the inside of the cabin
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    2. One of the bedrooms, i'm guessing
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    3. Another view of the bedroom
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    4. I would guess this is, or was, the kitchen
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    Very nice series. I like the pano the most. Great color.
     
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    Nice and interesting series of which I find your second shot the best with the most textures and colors. Pano is pretty nice also!

    Great find!
     
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    Thanks, i'm quite happy on how the series turned out.
     
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    I love rustic shots of ruins like this. Great textures, color, and contrast. Very cool pano in #1. Awesome perspective in #2, although the only thing that bothers me is the blowout in the window. Be sure to watch the hotspots and try to compensate for that somehow. All good shots though.

    Wonderfully grungy look! Well done! :thumbup:

    NJ
     

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