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    A report from me after about 3 years maybe?! haha. This is very unlike my usual photos, those who know me know I always use a tripod, am a super perfectionist when it comes to verticals being vertical, I don't focus on details, and always the wide angle scene kinda girl, but fancied doing something different for a change! Felt good!

    Quite a big place, with lots of texture and colour and dereliction. Stuff left behind is interesting, but not much of it! Sad history to it, but will be keeping it's location on the down low for now. I think part of the site is lived in, not sure! haha

    Lucky I was there on a sunny day, made it look even more gorgeous. Enjoy!






























































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    some good snaps there
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    & LSD - Leicester Super Derpers

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    Great location, your pics are fab!
    Thanks :)
    “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” ― Roald Dahl

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    The lighting looks lovely. That bit don't look too lived in !
    Old enough to know better

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    Some odd angles there. Nice light though.

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    Very, VERY nice!! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by perjury saint View Post
    Very, VERY nice!! :)
    Thank you! thought it was about time I posted some reports, I do still take photos but never post online due to gallery restrictions ;)

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    Love it, esp the row off (servant?) bells
    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
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    Lovely stables. One can't have enough posts on stables and abandoned equine stuff. Good post.

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    Sweet, nice to see something different, although noticed you got a few wangles in! :p
    Love it, so well captured. :)
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