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UER Forum > UE Photography > Home, Home on The Range (Viewed 3232 times)
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One can only wonder how many sunsets were watched on that porch and the stories the walls could speak of.





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One can only wonder how many sunsets were watched on that porch and the stories the walls could speak of.




Nice thought Intrinsic! Thanks Much for your comment




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This.
F#*king THIS.
Places like this are exactly why I LOVE doing this stuff. There is so much being said in this place, and when the furniture is left behind like that, it just adds SO MUCH to the feeling inside. I'm definitely JEALOUS. A LOT of the places in Southern California are just destroyed with graffiti. I mean DESTROYED. Nothing of the original place even remains sometimes and it's sad. Which is exactly why I seal places back up if they haven't been hit yet.




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< Reply # 23 on 2/22/2018 12:35 AM >
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This.
F#*king THIS.
Places like this are exactly why I LOVE doing this stuff. There is so much being said in this place, and when the furniture is left behind like that, it just adds SO MUCH to the feeling inside. I'm definitely JEALOUS. A LOT of the places in Southern California are just destroyed with graffiti. I mean DESTROYED. Nothing of the original place even remains sometimes and it's sad. Which is exactly why I seal places back up if they haven't been hit yet.



Another old find of mine.....You shouldn't have! hahaha! Thanks again for the nice comments. I loved this old farm. I REALLY wanted to save that green stuffed chair with wood accents. The house surely has caved in since Hurricane Harvey




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