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MisUnderstood! 


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Home, Home on The Range
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This old farm house is caving in and has crooked porches and warped floors. The photos reflect this and are not straight because this is the way it looks in reality... I personally prefer straight photos, but there are times you have to present it like it is Enjoy!

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A place of Mystery is Always worth a curiosity trip!
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Amazing set, Miss Understood! Just when I think you've reached the pinnacle of you talent, something as awesome as THIS comes along!




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Cool place! The first half of the photos made it seem like this was going to be a fairly empty place with little left overs to be found. I was about to make a comment on how interesting the tiny bed and the glass drawer knobs were... and then bam! The rest of your photos hit. This place is filled with interesting sights. The highlight for me is the antique American Eagle Bottle - that's Oland After Shave, circa 1970. Not priceless or anything, but indeed a neat find.





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< Reply # 3 on 2/25/2015 4:45 AM >
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I really like 8 and 9 - it looks as if they just got up and left. It's all so intact yet so old - great find and great set




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A solid "10" on all points. Very well done!

this one:

http://i769.photob...oto/DSCN1529-1.jpg

made me go "OH MY!"


(sets nikon on fire and kicks it off a bridge)




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MisUnderstood! 


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Amazing set, Miss Understood! Just when I think you've reached the pinnacle of you talent, something as awesome as THIS comes along!


Awww! That was very kind of you! I appreciate that!! and the way you write my name...maybe i should change it,



Post by Ground State

Cool place! The first half of the photos made it seem like this was going to be a fairly empty place with little left overs to be found. I was about to make a comment on how interesting the tiny bed and the glass drawer knobs were... and then bam! The rest of your photos hit. This place is filled with interesting sights. The highlight for me is the antique American Eagle Bottle - that's Oland After Shave, circa 1970. Not priceless or anything, but indeed a neat find.



Oland after shave!?! Thanks! I will research that. Always enjoy your comments GS. Thanks so much taking the time to elaborate. Love it!







Post by Bugeater
I really like 8 and 9 - it looks as if they just got up and left. It's all so intact yet so old - great find and great set



Thanks so much Bugeater!




A solid "10" on all points. Very well done!

this one:

http://i769.photob...oto/DSCN1529-1.jpg

made me go "OH MY!"


(sets nikon on fire and kicks it off a bridge)




You have me cracking up over here! Thanks for the smile! I LOVE that chair! Been wanting to rescue it...




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AWESOME set, Mis ! wonder why there are so many abandoned houses in Texas... Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm




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Very nice. I love the color of your pictures and how the location seems like the people just left one day. 15 is probably my favorite




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These are all really good! I especially like #3




MisUnderstood! 


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AWESOME set, Mis ! wonder why there are so many abandoned houses in Texas... Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm




Thanks So Much Amc! Appreciate you stopping by to look at the old farm house...Havent a clue...Maybe they all moved to Cali.



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Very nice. I love the color of your pictures and how the location seems like the people just left one day. 15 is probably my favorite


Hey! A New poster who appreciates my work. Thats just too cool, Thank you Herm! I was beginning to think this set was a Dud You made my day!



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These are all really good! I especially like #3


and,,,another newer person...Im really honored! Glad #3 caught your eye! Thanks So Much!



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Amazing set! And that sepia tone fits really well to that first one... But if I should select just one, it probably would be number three, I really love that light and those colours. But these are all really fine from start to end. Thanks for these.




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Amazing set! And that sepia tone fits really well to that first one... But if I should select just one, it probably would be number three, I really love that light and those colours. But these are all really fine from start to end. Thanks for these.


No, Thank YOU! Always a pleasure to get a comment from WolfHeart!
Like the Sepia as well, Appreciate your thoughts on that





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Another fantastic set! Farm houses can be real hit or miss. But this one has a lot of character to it. I love the decay in 4 and 5 compared to the cleanliness or 8 and 9. The chair in 8 is beautiful. And I enjoy the rot of the bed in 4. You can see the disintegration of it so clearly. I hope I can someday get my photography and framing to this level.

Were there any other bones around the property, or just that lonely femur?




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MisUnderstood! 


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Another fantastic set! Farm houses can be real hit or miss. But this one has a lot of character to it. I love the decay in 4 and 5 compared to the cleanliness or 8 and 9. The chair in 8 is beautiful. And I enjoy the rot of the bed in 4. You can see the disintegration of it so clearly. I hope I can someday get my photography and framing to this level.

Were there any other bones around the property, or just that lonely femur?


What a nice detailed comment! Thank You IndoAnomaly!


*I hope I can someday get my photography and framing to this level* Very Kind!!! Oh, I'm sure it will happen sooner than later...Hanging out with Astro aren't you?!?! I am positive she can give you some good pointers.

Many bones...Mostly Cow and Bull.




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I was really surprised how much stuff was in this place, The two bleach bottles in #10 make me there might of been a meth lab there at some point.




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Wow. Well I must say I immensely enjoyed this whole set. I'm not going to list my favorites because, well, frankly I enjoyed all of them. Fantastic location and stunning pictures!




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MisUnderstood! 


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I was really surprised how much stuff was in this place, The two bleach bottles in #10 make me there might of been a meth lab there at some point.


Naw, i don't think that was the case here. They probably used it on the walls to kill out the mold...But, plenty of those around these parts. Thanks for your comment



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Wow. Well I must say I immensely enjoyed this whole set. I'm not going to list my favorites because, well, frankly I enjoyed all of them. Fantastic location and stunning pictures!




Always GOOD to hear! It makes me happy that you liked what you saw... Much appreciated!




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Just trying to catch up here. Nice set & I love that chair in #8, beauty.




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definitely a kickass find, I don't know why but I have an affinity for abandoned houses. Pretty weird all that stuff just left in the kitchen, and liked the giant bone too. Well done




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MisUnderstood! 


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Just trying to catch up here. Nice set & I love that chair in #8, beauty.


Thanks so much! and Me toooo!



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definitely a kickass find, I don't know why but I have an affinity for abandoned houses. Pretty weird all that stuff just left in the kitchen, and liked the giant bone too. Well done


I do as well, and, that bone is now gone, someone must of liked it more than us! thanks for you comment!




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