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Thread: Chateau De Bois BE July 2014

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    Default Chateau De Bois BE July 2014


    Last use was a restaurant and it was for sale at what I think is a bargain price.
    This place is pristine. Was a bit of wary outside even though it was dark, we could see lights on and was wandering if it was the right building. Once inside we thought we saw PIRs and then some sensor buzzing at the kitchen door. We realised it was the motor for the automated door.
    So we evntually calmed down and grabbed a few shots.

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    Hope you enjoyed you can find a few more on my site Chateau De Bois

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    DAMN. This is fantastic. Never seen or heard of this one! All shots are great but i love 2, 4 and 5! Top work as per usual

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    Lovely place, fabulous shots :)
    He who binds to himself a joy. Does the winged life destroy.
    But he who kisses the joy as it flies. Lives in eternity's sunrise.

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    Really nice as usual!

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    Thanks a lot guys and girls. No decay but who cares when its this nice!!

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    Holy cow!! What a place!

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    Wow thats posh! superb shots thanks for sharing.

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    Wow this place is full of want! Looks mint!

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    Thanks again.
    It was mint apart from a bit of cat pooh on the floor.
    I think it has been sold now tho.

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    Fantastic! Hope you wiped your feet before you went in though!
    You ain't seen me, right?

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