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UER Forum > UE Photography > One more post on the house nature is reclaiming... (Viewed 1058 times)
Onajhn 


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One more post on the house nature is reclaiming...
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I left a few things unfinished on the last post titled nature takes over.....
I went back for the bats and we became comfortable with each other today....I will refrain from repetitive interior shots...

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this is the way in...
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I just could not resist on the way in..
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The bats live in this room..
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Gater bonus pic...they are plentiful
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Home of the gator....back yard of the house...
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Thank you all for looking...




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You DID it! Congrats! Nice pics of those bats. Kind of fuzzy cute, yet, down right sinister looking. I know the smell in there must of been ripe!




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Love these photos! And you're much braver than i am. I shoot with a rangefinder like camera with no zoom, so it forces me to get up close. I see certain things that i would not want to be close to
I am impressed that there isn't mold in the house, especially in a humid climate. I wonder what that cabinet was for to the left of the fireplace towards the ceiling. Odd place for storage..




Onajhn 


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You DID it! Congrats! Nice pics of those bats. Kind of fuzzy cute, yet, down right sinister looking. I know the smell in there must of been ripe!


Yes...yes....Thank you!




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Love these photos! And you're much braver than i am. I shoot with a rangefinder like camera with no zoom, so it forces me to get up close. I see certain things that i would not want to be close to
I am impressed that there isn't mold in the house, especially in a humid climate. I wonder what that cabinet was for to the left of the fireplace towards the ceiling. Odd place for storage..


Thank you...I did use a zoom lens this time but was still inside the room....closer than I wished. There is probably mold...there is a lot of mildew on the walls. That cubby cabinet over the closet is common in a lot of the old houses in this area....this room is a bedroom and I remember when I was young, we lived in a similar house and the cubby over the closet door was in all the bedrooms....I use to imagine something creeping out in the night to get me!




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that some legit nature lol




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I love the tree in the first pic, although I don't remember the name of that type...

The picture of that crane/ibis is so pretty! There's so much detail!




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Gators in the backyard? nope.

Interesting shots though.




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Nice shots!




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Hi! I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such UE documentaries as:

UER Presents ~ When Nature Eats Your Home

And:

Playdate Massacre: Ally The Alligator is No Longer My Stuffed Animal Friend










Give abandonment a reason for its sacrificial reclamation to nature. Love it. Remember it. Take a picture. Share it. Leave the decay to nature.

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