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You’re the only thing I’ve got that I can’t seem to get enough. We collide for one embrace, so hurry up & I don’t want to wait forever.
Standing looking into a window of Rozelle Mental Hospital now closed after 123 years.
Split tones used
dark, window, sepia, moody, walls, creepy, asylum, chocolat, mental hospital, rozelle_collection
My style of photography is best depicted as emotional, moody, evocative and I focus on shades of black and white and hide in the shadows of the images.
Wow, this is great! Love the treatment.
thanks Adam….all these places I got into shhhh were great!
– Ann Evans
Very well taken and perfectly presented. Very well done.Davo
cheers Davo and I think this is a keeper wink
Fabulous shot, great lines.
thanks Gary..I was sitting on this one for a while…glad you like it x
Very atmospheric image. One wants to know what is behind thw window. Beautiful capture and treatment.
thanks Tom… and not knowing what is behind the window makes it more interesting….I did have a look…but that stays with me lol
Fantastic shot, love the compositions and treatment. Really well done. Absolutely love your whole collection of the Rozelle Mental Ward. Must of been abit surreal walking through there knowing that there are secrets and soles that will never leave. Can I ask how did you get into the buildings. I thought they were all locked up. Have always wanted to get inside to have a look around?
There was an opening there for a few days…I was lucky enough to have a look through with a close friend, Adam…we spent the day there and neither of us took enough photo’s lol…We want to head back there and walk around the outside maybe in a month’s time when it’s not so hot…so more to come ahead…and thaks for your kind comments….
123 years….almost unimaginable. i can’t begin to comprehend the history and the stories…the pain. really perfect capture, beautifully done!
yeah, I felt so much at this place…but the reality is that they exist and thank you.
This is great, the vignetting on this really hones in on the unsettling feel of what lays beyond that window. Love this.
thanks Andrew, and knowing it was a mental hospital adds to the unsettling feeling…..
I like this one, it has good mystery to it.
Thanks for the feature!
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