Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Uninhabitable

Andy | Wednesday, September 19, 2018 | Best Blogger Tips
I found this house in Nova Scotia. It is still standing but it is way beyond repair.
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I managed to poke my camera thorough a broken window. It seemed strange to see curtains still hanging on the windows.

21 comments:

  1. It could have remained a beauty with a little TLC.

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  2. It esst it's a pity to abandon of so attractive house which still have of charm in spite of the damages of the abandonment. I love these wooden houses

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  3. I agree with you about those curtains. That was the first thing that struck me when I saw the photo.

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  4. Oh that's so sad Andy, I imagine it was a lovely family home at one time.. I wonder why it was left to decay like this.

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  5. was certainly a beautiful house once
    Now it's a beautiful house in a different way

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  6. Fotos que muestran el paso del tiempo y el abandono.

    Saludos.

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  7. Me gusta visitar lugares como este porque all├ş donde hay olvido, abandono, ruina siempre existe la posibilidad de regeneraci├│n, de nueva vida, de un nuevo camino por el que recomenzar. Una bella foto Andy. Un abrazo

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  8. Magnifico como lo has captado. Tanto su exterior como el interior

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  9. Poor old house... He went too long without being loved.

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  10. It looks as someone had to rush away inmediately. So sad to see those curtains hanging there. It was such a pretty house with that veranda. It is now almost collapsing.

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  11. It’s magnificent and a mess all at the same time!

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  12. A beautiful old home. It amazes me what is left behind in some of these old places.

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  13. So sad to see this home in such a terminal state. Great photo, I would love to hear its story.

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  14. I've seen some abandoned houses there it seems that the owner just get out for at shot time and never came back. On the kitchen table there's a coffee cup and there is dish in the sink and so on... One start to wonder what happened.

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  15. Makes you wish you could see a photo of when places like this were brand new.

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