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abstract, melbourne, australia, texture, urban, meter, victoria, burnt, canon, 40d, fine art, chris white


  • PJ Ryan
    PJ Ryanabout 6 years ago

    oooh i love it

    did it start because of the electricity .. because of the gas .. or is this the remains of something worse .. tick tick tick my mind wanders and wonders ..

  • I think it was something rather sudden, this house still had people’s things in it…

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  • GODD
    GODDabout 6 years ago


  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...about 6 years ago

    Love the textures and monotones! Great work Chris! :D

  • Cheers Paul

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  • PJ Ryan
    PJ Ryanabout 6 years ago

    sad :(

  • ytsumner
    ytsumnerabout 6 years ago

    As well as looking rather fetching, your pictures always make me want to tell a story. They leave me pondering and wondering and they are my favourite things to do. Thank you.

  • That is a fantastic compliment Yase :)

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  • aglaia b
    aglaia babout 6 years ago

    this is very spooky and tells a story or ten which makes it very interesting too.
    really love the viewpoint you have chosen, it’s like the burnt meter has the final word or higher power. very mysterious. ;-) xox

  • Thanks Aglaia

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  • Kaitlin Beckett
    Kaitlin Beckettabout 6 years ago

    This is awesome! There’s a burnt out building on the way to Warrnambool called Koala motel – it had the same thing, peeling walls and charred surfaces. Must have been a fun shoot!

  • Koala Motel!? I wanna got there…

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  • Kaitlin Beckett
    Kaitlin Beckettabout 6 years ago

    It was so cool…we drove past it in 2004. It’s on the main road so if it’s still there now you can’t miss it.

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaalmost 6 years ago


  • KellyThomas
    KellyThomasalmost 6 years ago

    love it, I have a fetish for meters.

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