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    So today we went and explored an Abandoned Orphange. This place was creepy because it felt like someone was living there.
    Here's the link to the video:


    Last edited by krela; 20th Mar 17 at 17:26. Reason: Fixed video link.

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    Decent video, some good POV footage. The place looks to be in pretty good nick. Some stills and a write up from the place would be cool.

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    [QUOTE=SlimJim;340248 Some stills and a write up from the place would be cool.[/QUOTE]

    Second that Slimjim. I hope that the video is not going to take the place of a few good stills in the future. A good set of still images usually requires more thought than a video and this tends to give far more ordered information to the viewer.

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