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    Default Tabby House - 2019 (Photo Heavy)


    This location was visited last year, just after I slowly started returning after I spent a few months offline. The name originally given to this place was from someone who had lost their cat, and they ended up finding this location as they were searching for it. Thanks goes to a friend for letting me know where this was as soon as I returned.

    This was a very photographic location, and it's impossible to tell that it's there from the roadside. So far, it is the most cluttered house i've ever photographed, the whole area is that sort of place you could return to many times and find something new & unexpected. This is someones entire life left behind. Since photographing the place last year, a water pipe has burst and has now completely flooded the whole house.

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr



    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Location 1, April 2019 by Derpy_Lane, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking.
    Last edited by The_Derp_Lane; 27th Jun 20 at 15:42.
    Formerly dauntless - ue, now back travelling down the derpy lane

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    The cars are a nice find. Remarkable to think we pass these places all the time and never realise - so much still to be discovered. I hope the cat was found in the end!

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    A lot of interesting vintage items there. I liked the vintage motorcycle, its looks complete apart from a missing headlight. It looks like a Triumph. And the house looks like its in not too bad a condition.
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    It's mad how utterly rammed full the house and the cars are, I've never seen more stuff in a single property than in here. I found it overwhelming as you simply don't know how to process it or what to shoot.

    It also made me remark at the time that it's tragic how far down the spiral someone must have been to let things get this bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    It's mad how utterly rammed full the house and the cars are, I've never seen more stuff in a single property than in here. I found it overwhelming as you simply don't know how to process it or what to shoot.

    It also made me remark at the time that it's tragic how far down the spiral someone must have been to let things get this bad.
    Depression & Loneliness towards old age was probably a large reason for it. There was a house even larger, more cluttered & had twice as many cars that I came across in 2017. I got two pics of it before I realized it was still occupied. The house has since been cleared out, sealed and is my Flora House post.
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    As I said under your Flyboy pics, it is very sad.

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    love to see in person great pics by the way

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