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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by jeroen, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. jeroen

    jeroen No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The city looks depressing today with all the empty streets because of the holidays . I dunno, but my eyes only noticed rust and decay... It perfectly reflects my mood of today.

    1. This is my butcher's shop. He has great lamb meat and his red pepper sausages are fenominal. Nice guy aswell.
    The building on the right unfortunately got squatted...

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    2. The door to the old tram building. I thought the graffiti was funny. Spook means ghost in Dutch and it looks like a haunted building by now.
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    Nice photos, however I have a question. Do these buildings slant toward the center of this photo or is it me ?
     
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    Those buildings are slowly falling apart. That's why they are supported by wooden beams.
     

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