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    Mr Tubbys Home




    I wish I had paid more attention to the two explorers who shared this place with me, as inside it was bloody dark, hidden almost from view and overgrown foliage an annoyance to avoid, this old cottage sits, still possibly unknown by passersby or anyone wanting to walk the trek. I think dauntless described it best when he uploaded his photos, clarifying that it was abandoned in 2007.

    but as I stated inside its dark and murky, not the worst conditions, but opening cobwebbed curtains is not my thing, but needs must. So I began exploring upstairs, after rooting around finding different things to photograph, I came across a wooden leg.. Well as you do. Anyway moving from room to room it was packed of nick and knacks, chairs and cabinets, aswel boxes... Rather annoying trying to capture rooms upstairs, so I stuck to items and alike, downstairs proved more difficult even with curtains vaguely open, room shots began to annoy me, but I coped.. A tricky place to capture indeed, but I soon found a hint of light and began reading the letters and looking at loads of photographs, so bare in mind I may upload a few here, but hey it tells a story.

    After I was finished in the livingroom, I went back upstairs to try a shot of the bedroom, accomplished, back downstairs an into the kitchen, oh more dilemma, either way I walked away with some shots I was happy with at least. I really did like this place just a shame lighting is not that great.


    Thanks to Dauntless and Mikeymutt.

    On with my shots and my take from here, enjoy.































































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    You weren't kidding about the clutter Mock, I enjoyed it, Thanks
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    That is pretty cool, definitely my kind of explore. Nice job.

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    It's deffo murky and dark.prob the hardest house I have ever done.but scrape around and there are lots of nice bits.you found more than I did,especially the wooden leg ha ha.nicely captured as always
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    That's lovely, Personally I like the darkness of all the shots!

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    Yes that must have taken some patience to get them shots in that light MB. It all depends on the mood your in when you take the pics I find haha sometimes it can be a bit of a challenge you're up for and other times you just feel like luzzin the whole lot onto the lawn into the light which I know we wouldn't do, I have to add that incase someone things I'm serious
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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    You did good bud!
    thank you :) much appreciated :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    You weren't kidding about the clutter Mock, I enjoyed it, Thanks
    It was really bad upstairs downstairs I mainly focused on the letters and pictures, they held more value to usually my style of photography :0 thanks Smiler
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