My Favorite UE Photos---aka:RE

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  1. carly

    carly TPF Noob!

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    These are not Urban Exploration, but Rural Exploration, which is the only kind I could get to for a year (I was in the Witness Protection Program)--translated that means I lived in Northern Montana for a year....

    The doorway to the Tampico post office where my Dad and his family got the mail whenever it arrived by horseback until 1930.

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    A wall opening for a light switch inside the building...

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    An old boot setting next to an old oil burner used for heat.

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    This old quilt was wedged in-between two doors that closed in the center. It was in there so tight I could not open the doors. Ive always wondered what was in that room....

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    A sign long left and stripped of its authority at the Glasgow Air Force Base in Glasgow, Montana. This was on a road that had a checkpoint building on it. Now it is a lonely reminder of what once was....

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    Just an old building I happened to like.

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    Rear doorway to a homestead deserted almost hundred years ago when sheep stopped being the cash crop for Montana due to WW1 ending. Some animal dragged a deer or antelope into the back room, notice the ribcage.


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    In a bedroom of the same house, just a hammerhead and some plaster.

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    The homestead again, on a dreary day...

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  2. K_Pugh

    K_Pugh No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Interesting story to go with the images. Really makes you think. Can't believe the ribcage is still there and in tact, great stuff. I like your angle on the old building, gives it a good perspective. Keep them coming!
     
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    carly TPF Noob!

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    thanks for the feedback-----will do.
     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nice, but 2, 3, 4, and 8 are rather soft. The barn has excellent potential for a B&W conversion.
     

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