American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.

A Face In A Window

April 2017

22 responses to “A Face In A Window”

  1. The title though, it seems to have a deeper they has nothing to do with the photo. I like photography ideas.

  2. It is depressing to observe a house like this, it could be in better condition, for the service of a family.

  3. I can only imagine how lovely the house must have been when it was new. Too bad all good things come to an end at some point

  4. The wood used to make the house should be salvaged. It could probably be used to make a smaller version of it.

  5. I am tempted to believe that this mansion was ravaged by a fire. It’s the only explanation I can come up with for how damaged it looks.

  6. That’s definitely a place that I don’t want to see a face peeking out of from. It already looks unsettling enough on its own. Reminds me of that house in the middle of the woods from the Blair Witch project somehow.

  7. Chilling photo. Definitely added personality to this shot with its caption. This house looks like it’s barely holding itself together.

  8. I do not know if this is intentional but we do have houses like these but the faces are not of this world. It makes this creepy and it scares me a lot.

  9. The black and white effect cant let me see the face in the window. Maybe is just a grammatical expression. Great shot

  10. Something gnarly happened here. The picture does not give justice to the things that happened inside this house. I would rather stay away than be near this vicinity.

  11. The image does not provide justice as to what took place inside this house. I would like to visit this house.

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