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One of my favorite things to edit using gimp are photos of urban decay and abandoned homes. The haunting look that can be easily created from these images makes for a powerful image, and I always find looking at other people's photos to be very inspiring.

a house boat...If it looked like this complete with kayaks and ducky's out front, count me in.

derelict stairwell of grand building... of glamourous ladies sweeping down to a ball...and maids plodding up & down at the masters beck and call....these could tell some stories!

Seeing places like this makes me ask many questions: who lived there? What were they like? How did they live? Think? What did they feel? What happened to them? So many unanswered questions...

If houses could talk..I would quietly sit and listen to all their stories...

compact, pretty, and openable! can't ask for more: "Whangapoua" (Coromandel, New Zealand) by Crosson Clarke Carnachan.

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair |

...once a lovely farmhouse, filled with life and love****now just a memory of what it used to be...

ElkhornSilverKingwriteup...turn off of Hwy 22 about 6 miles west of Mill City near Mehama. Just a few miles up the road you can see a very old schoolhouse that dates probably from the 1900s. Today it and the old gymnasium are on gated off private land, but they are easy to see from the highway.

Pastel Beach Hut. ** This looks more like a small 'real' house than a beach changing hut.

And Jesus, walking by the Sea of Galilee, saw two brothers, Simon called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. Then He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” They immediately left their nets and followed Him. ~ from Matthew 4