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Abandoned houses have been my obsession in the past few months, they are such an eye catcher. It's impossible not to notice them.
Here are the only photos I managed to snap, before I got interrupted. I should have posted them a long time ago, but didn't for some unknown reasons. 
Anyway, I added a lot of black and white effects, because I wanted to show you the house the way I see it. Mysterious, magical etc. 

x

12 comments:

  1. Scary but but wonderful pics.I love them too. They have secrets.I follow:) Hope you do same :)

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  2. Obozhavam napustene kuce,objekte, itd. :)

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  3. I love how you edited the first picture. It looks haunted but beautiful- and I love the film picture type of effect :)

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  4. I love them too. There is one abandonned factory building in the neighbourhood, it was left empty in the 1970's, and it's full of wreck. You can find super old books and stuff. It's pretty cool.
    Great pics!
    x, Lara
    http://rockteraptor.blogspot.fi/

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  5. Abandoned deserted houses has some sort of poignant romance or sadness about them, the first image of the loooooong corridor draws me in! :)

    ▲_▲ HYENA

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  6. Eerie.. So mysterious
    xxx

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  7. Anonymous30.11.12

    I love the first photo
    X
    www.whatwouldwangdo.wordpress.com

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  8. Such a cool corridor! They always have this creepy effect to me, something scary even.
    Love the effects especially on the second photo
    Maya
    archistas.com

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  9. they do seem to be cool places to take photos... i like abandoned offices and factories too... and any kind of urban decay related images.... like your photos dear!

    -liv
    http://chocolivlovelaugh.blogspot.kr

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  10. Hi!! :)
    I really like your blog, I´m following you :D
    ... maybe if you have time, you could visit my blog too, and if you like it, follow me back ;)
    Kisses!
    http://modacapital-blog.com

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