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    Default Scary marys farmhouse..Cambridgeshire


    I made another visit to this old farmhouse a little while back.i wanted to get some better shots.its not got a lot in it and it's a tiny place.but what is in there is lovely.i am glad the portrait of doom is still there..













































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    nicely captured

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    Quaint little place. The photo is creepy :D Nice set again Mikey.

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    Nice too see Mary is still keeping kids away from the fire, I enjoyed it, Thanks Mikey
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    Nice one mate, good little report!
    "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore."

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    Thank you all.nice to see scary still there too
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    I'm glad to see the picture is still here also.
    Nice pics ☺️

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    Totally superb Mikey. Processing really suits the atmosphere of this place.

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    Nice looking place Mikey, good work :)
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    Soft muted colours really enhance your pics Mikey, I like the close ups of the suitcase and the lampshades, you must never sit still
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