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Old 01-07-2012   #26
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Keytarjunkie--great pix!
Where are the buildings in your first picture?
The look wonderfully spooky! I'd love to tour the insides...
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Old 01-07-2012   #27
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Old 01-07-2012   #28
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My first sharing on RFF. Shot with a Rolleicord though.





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Old 01-07-2012   #30
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Old 01-07-2012   #31
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Welcome to posting Keechoon, looks to be an airbase somewhere warm?
Peter W, your second pic tells the story with the field it's in but what of the first? It seems to be a nice slate roof and love that eyebrowed gable window, is it getting saved?








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Old 01-07-2012   #32
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Some time since last picnic. M8, donīt remember lens.
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Old 01-07-2012   #33
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I thought that about the coke cans shot. Very clear - my guess is a planar.
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gm13....unfortunately not. The house is in an area where the GTA or Greater Toronto Area is pushing into the Niagara Escarpment.... and I assume it's already demolished.
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A pair of pants someone had hung on a nail in an upstairs bedroom of an abandoned house. The glass in the windows had fallen out long ago and mud daubers had taken over the pants to build nests. I named it "Mud Dwellings".

The house was built in 1870 and has been empty since the 1980's. The man living there died and everything he owned was left behind. Vandals took care of a lot of it.

The house burned down in October. An arsonist lit it up. It managed to survive for 141 years until some idiot with a match came along.
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A pair of pants someone had hung on a nail in an upstairs bedroom of an abandoned house. The glass in the windows had fallen out long ago and mud daubers had taken over the pants to build nests. I named it "Mud Dwellings".

The house was built in 1870 and has been empty since the 1980's. The man living there died and everything he owned was left behind. Vandals took care of a lot of it.

The house burned down in October. An arsonist lit it up. It managed to survive for 141 years until some idiot with a match came along.
Mud Dauber nests could be an art form!
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