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Thread: Talgarth Asylum Mid-Wales Feb 2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerate View Post
    Amazing Jon, impossible for me to chose a favourite picture as there's too many to choose from but it's definitely one of the ones with all the greenery growing on the floor ;)
    Thank you, There a few rooms there like that, its strange to see the outside growing inside, makes a great photo


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon6D View Post
    Thank you, There a few rooms there like that, its strange to see the outside growing inside, makes a great photo
    I couldn't agree more, I much prefer places like that than mint condition places that look like they've just closed.
    No one ever wins. No one finally loses, except the dead. Under the sun they rot together with absolute biological equality.

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