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Somone left in such a hurry that they even left their shoes behind here. Elsewhere in this asylum there was cloakrooms still with loads of patients coats and scarves in as well.
dark, derelict, urban, evil, decay, abandoned, strange, alternative, abandon, sinister, twisted, asylum, decayed, exploration, decaying
Tried to favorite this and got an error message from RB about a possible bug — they will fix it, but wanted you to know I think this is so cool.
Thanks a lot, another commenter said they could favourite it, so perhaps worth trying again now?
– Richard Shepherd
no bug here shep. just a great work easily faved.
Thanks a lot mhkantor, and for all the other ones i see you favouriting!
This is fabulous!
Thanks very much Sinead :)
wow – this one’s perfect. excellently chosen perspective.
Cheers Kurt, i nearly always spot floor level ones like this, but i always seem to miss the lovely ceilings in these places. I guess it has something to do with being a short bloke :P
The sunny lighting and greenery enhances even more the feeling of abandonment. Too bad about these windows, they’re lovely. Great capture. :)
Thanks again :)
Wonderful…. Another of your images draws my attention to the fact that they also left their teeth behind…… must have been in a hurry huh?
Yeah, they dont seem to do a good job of tidying these places when they leave!
Always makes one wonder what the hurry was, earthquake, fire, rampage of patients
Eerie and beautiful :)
love the perspective. such great composition. you have created something extraordinary here…
Thanks a lot, i love getting down low for shots, my tripod spends a huge proportion of its time with none of the legs extended