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Infiltration Forums > US: Southeast > The Char-d village(Viewed 690 times)
The Digital Cow location:
Maybe Birmingham, Alabama
 
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The Char-d village
< on 12/14/2017 1:21 AM >
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So, there was a small village (I was not sure what else to call it) that DigiLily and I checked out when out at another location. There were several houses and not much left other than the structures themselves. Most still had blinds and curtains, but every one left had a hole in the roof with varying damage from that.

It seems that a decent amount of photos from here missed focus, and I may have another use for them later. Here are some photos from that day.

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This looked so strange to see the entire front collapsed like this

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Just thought I would add this lonely tree


Thanks for looking. I hope to have some more adventures posted soon.



mahal location:
Atlanta, GA
 
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Re: The Char-d village
<Reply # 1 on 12/14/2017 2:10 PM >
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#5 looks so much like my grandmas house that it's freaking me out. Thanks for sharing!



dundertits location:
at the beginning
 
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Re: The Char-d village
<Reply # 2 on 12/14/2017 9:41 PM >
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4 and five



Kabbalah is an undramatic tradition that requires great patience and stability. One of the reasons for this tempo is that everyone has to mature his potential gradually and thoroughly at his natural pace. In this way his life's work unfolds at the right moment in his own and the cosmos's time.
Z.B.S. Halevi -- Kabbalah
The Digital Cow location:
Maybe Birmingham, Alabama
 
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Re: The Char-d village
<Reply # 3 on 12/17/2017 1:01 AM >
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Posted by mahal
#5 looks so much like my grandmas house that it's freaking me out. Thanks for sharing!


Thanks! I couldn't figure out if that would have been a kitchen or some sort of library with all the shelves.

Posted by dundertits
4 and five


Yeah, those were 2 of my favorites from there. The hallway ended up a bit dark, but I was able to bring it back some. Thanks!



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