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photo taken at algonquin river state hospital.more of my work is on www.abandonedamerica.org
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fantastic detail, perspective and lighting,,, well done
Excellent capture. Such devastation is right. Great detail and light. Well done~!
great imagination and eye to see this bottle shape.
thank you – i was hoping someone else would see it too, and people wouldn’t think that i just spelled absolute wrong :)
You know how much I love your devastation pictures..Much more for the love yoou put and them and the poetic wisdom it encloses than the beauty (that… paradoxicaly it has) of the objects and pic. It is amazing how that which is devoided of Soul.. can decay .. the wrost thing is the forgettiness…..not time….neither decay.. but the abandoning…as in this hospital.It is obscene. Don´t you think?Rosa
i agree with you completely, and that is why i do what we do. i think we should never forget these places and what took place in them. they are sort of hallowed ground to me, and that is why i love them so. i hope that translates into my pictures!
Man, you found a great site. Nice work!
So amazing how nature can destroy what man builds. This was probably a fantastic building at one time!