house on a hill

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Uploaded 27 May 2009 — 4 favorites
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© rob dobi
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UploadedMay 27, 2009
MakeOlympus Corporation
ModelC8080WZ
Exposure1/250 sec at f/4.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length7.4 mm
ISO50
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vacant house somewhere in connecticut. i have explored hundreds of abandoned locations in the past 10 years and only been caught a handful of times, this was one of those times. i ended up having three cop cars pull into the driveway as i was on the top floor with nowhere to go. in a way this experience changed my life as i had just graduated college and planned on moving into an apartment with friends, at the time i had no money and that $77 ticket made me question if i could afford to live on my own. i opted to stay with my parents for a couple years.

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  • Paul Nickerson

    Paul Nickerson gave props (27 May 2009):

    Could be from any horror movie ive ever seen. creepy

  • Rusty Katchmer

    Rusty Katchmer said (27 May 2009):

    I love this shot...and I don't blame you for wanting to explore! It's so interesting...you want to see the inside too. ( Iv'e only done this once...it's like an itch that can't be ignored)

  • Alexander Bussey

    Alexander Bussey gave props (7 Aug 2009):

    Excellent shot! well composed, great mood. I love it.

  • Daniel Piasecki

    Daniel Piasecki gave props (13 Jan 2010):

    This is one of my favorite shots of yours. I am a big fan of the work you do. I really enjoy the asylum shots on your website newenglandruins.com

  • Behnoush Az

    Behnoush Az gave props (9 Feb 2010):

    your photos are great!!!

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