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Discussion in 'Image Dump' started by Negi Springfield, Jan 4, 2012.
I should mention this is in the city of Pripyat, Ukraine.
You should post a picture of your bedroom.
Where I first heard of Pripyat actually. I want to visit.
Negi, you will be amazed when you see the abandoned places photos one of DrMusic's friends does on DevTART. Can't remember the guy's name or avatar, but they make up for being shitty quality with the great edits.
let me know if you find it.
I'm really interested.
Negi, this friend of DrMusic actually deactivated their account at some point, but I remember their work well, cross-referenced some saved pics on TinEye and Jewgle reverse image search, and found their Tumblr:
abandoned amusement park
Are you telling me no two wild and crAZY guys have moved into that swingin' bachelor pad?
House on our family property near Lubbock. These pics are 8-10 years old now. I went up there this spring and the whole front porch roof/awning is completely gone, and the roof and cieling in the front bedroom on the right hand side (in the photos) has completely caved in. (I thought I snapped a pic of it with my phone, but apparently I didn't.)
Thanks for contributing to the thread.
I had a house-gasm. Where is this?
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Went on a small trip to far West Texas and ran across the ghost town of Kent in Culberson Co. The best ruin there was of the old school.
This particular faggot's name was sprayed no less than 7 times around the building, each dated from 2000 up to the present.
Near my house, old factory.
Normally, I am pro graffiti, but when I see stupid ass tags on buildings like these, it makes me want to camp out and paint some pictures of my own.
Orange Chicken is the food of the gods, and you can't possibly handle it!
Where is it?
Supposedly some place in Japan, or Taiwan, or DPRK, or one of those other zipperhead countries.
I have some pics somewhere, photos I took in an old abandonned house. When I realized that the roof was only maintained by a "pillar" consisting of a jack (you know for vehicle wheels) on the top of a pile of bricks, I nearly shat my pants.
I'm a fudge packer, I pack fudge in boxes.
Abandoned lighthouse I visited last week
That is very neat, thanks for sharing!