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    Butter Cottage April 2017


    So again I appologise for lack of activity however my time has been taken up with wedding plans time to make Miss Blaze Mrs Blaze etc,not a lot of exploring has been done recently. Apart from this location and other which will be posted in next few days. Anyway heres Butter Cottage

    So with nightshift finished the wife to be going away for her hen night,Saturday was a day to recover try and put bodyclock back to normal and prepare for the epic Sunday of photography with non forum memembers Howe,Mrs Howe & Sibbo in the country side. When I was looking and researching this place I couldnt really find any history on the place. Now my current luck with these rural places have turned out less fruitful shall we say however this place felt different upon approach I had a feeling that it would be special in some way. After a good 15- 20 mins we were in and boy were we surprised very full indeed everything furniture wise was left behind,pots etc wrapped in newspaper from 1980-1992 that was last date I could find all stored away some bits left in cupboards,aroom full of what I can assume were items from around the cottage all packed into one room. However there was no personal items left behind clothes or photos to me it was very strange as if family had came took away personal items and left everything else because it was too heavy to shift. Then after a good old mooch about things started to click and assumption were made it was a producing farm what gave this away was the cheese pots and milk containers clearly a dairy farm back in the day,then on our second visit we found a diary detailing the sale of poultry,eggs,milk & cheese,also what else was clear was the brand new shiny yale lock on the door clearly someone has access to this location. Normally I dont set up shots but this place changed that I moved a few bits and bobs around for shall we say more photogenic shots.

    Anyway here we go with the shots



    DSC_0130 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0132-HDR-2-2 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0132-HDR-2 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0137 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

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    DSC_0076-HDR-2 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0076-HDR by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0080 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0082-2 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0079 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0070 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0009 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0123-HDR by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0101 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0006 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0121 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0645 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0639 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0090 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0097 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr



    DSC_0094-2 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

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    DSC_0014 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

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    DSC_0026 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

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    DSC_0034-3 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0112 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0009 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    DSC_0033-2 by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

    Last But Not Least Fun

    Butter Cottage Couch by Blazin Hawk, on Flickr

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    What an awesome place, Looks spotless!

    You did good with the photos, nice framing.

    Surprised that all the furniture has been left, it looks like good quality stuff.

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    OOOoo intriguing!

    Did you hoover . Im loving that chair and bottle collections! Some proper 70's wall paper too! Theres a lot of bits lookin nicely arranged...most of us do it, I go back to places cause I can't photoshop out a leaf in the wrong place so don't worry we are all at it

    Fab post, really enjoyed it!
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    Excellent framing on these shots dude, nicely done and captured it brilliantly :D
    Atmospheric Photographer - After Everyone Left© - The Damned Pages©



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    Thanks folks,80% of these are from the 2nd visit mainly because the first visit I was too excited. So with knowledge of what of I wanted to shoot really healped. The only rooms we touched were the hall,piano room and junk room purely because the items were to good to be hidden away the place was so clean really strange to be honest not a great deal of dust

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    10/10 man. Superb location and shots.
    There can be no true beauty without decay.
    [a] --------> IMAGE
    [a] --------> MUSIC

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    Thanks antonymes really appreciate feedback

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    There's some lovely bygones in your pics, had Aladdin lamps at home as a kid, they are the best paraffin lamps I've used, Loved it Hawk, good luck for your nuptials, there's no get out clause in a marriage certificate, I know because my spouse has bin checking the fine print for fifty years😇
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    Haha I had a good look but couldnt find anything either,thank you smiler. Really enjoyed it here with the jumk room so much history left behind item wise

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    That's superb, a proper good find.
    My signature will always be my flickr album link.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/131920393@N02/albums

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