Halloween Week – Abandoned House #5

There’s an interesting story that goes with this image.  I kinda sorta remember where I found this house (actually it was an entire abandoned block) I remember the images I took BUT I cannot recall when I took this photo and even more importantly what file it’s in.  The only reason I am able to share it with you today is because I had posted it to Instagram and I mailed the image back to myself.

Me thinks this house doesn’t want to be found again!

Teri📷

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16 Responses to Halloween Week – Abandoned House #5

  1. Garfield Hug says:

    Oooh this is by far the scariest, plus in monochrome it really stands out like something out of a spooky movie!

  2. Spooky house. It’s even spookier that you can find it in your files.

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Another good one.

  4. There is something about old houses,specially in monochrome…looks like a set of horror movie tbh.

  5. yuri rasin says:

    Works well in b&w to bring out the character. A Scary Halloween to you Teri!

  6. equinoxio21 says:

    Sound thinking. (I’m glad some too forget the exact specifics of some pix… I’m reworking my entire photo file right now, and it can be a nightmare in some cases…)
    Buen fin.

    • Currently I am going through files and deleting some of the multiple multiples to cull the herd and then on to the next phase of better file management.

      • equinoxio21 says:

        Exactly. One of the problems I face is that I’ve done several back-ups over the years after my last PC’s mother board burnt. So I have different versions of the same… topics… Culling is the right word… Good luck

  7. Deb says:

    With that ominous sky and the enormous overgrowth this house looks spookiest of all. A happy Halloween to you 🙂

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