Old abandoned house

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  1. crownlaurel

    crownlaurel TPF Noob!

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    I got "caught" taking pictures of this house and a barn across the street. Come to find out they've actually had problems with people breaking in...someone ripped the floor out to get copper wiring? Anyway, the owner said I was welcome to take pictures and it's slated to be torn down and replaced with a new neighborhood of 800 houses (obviously not on the same lot, LOL). Here's a few shots...

    This one is crooked but I didn't like the straightened version...

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  2. nealjpage

    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    Sigh. Too bad to lose history....

    Nice series.
     
  3. Shane

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    that chimney looks like its going to topple. very nice
     
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    Very nice, very nice. You should consider popping the contrast on the third, and then converting it to B&W.

    - Caleb
     
  5. AKA:Dick

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    I hope whoever tears it down saves the weathered wood for building furniture, at least some of the history could be saved that way.

    great photos, btw.
     

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