Photography Abandoned House In Thacher Park (The Former Stafford Farm) Posted on May 7, 2013May 6, 2013 by Thomas Slatin The Former Stafford FarmSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThoughts On Blog Writing Next PostEpsom Salt And Other Things (Edit) 19 thoughts on “Abandoned House In Thacher Park (The Former Stafford Farm)”I love the colour and tone. Very nice balance with the trees filling the frame. Fascinating subject matterLoading...ReplyThank you so much! 🙂 I plan to return in the fall time of the year with my professional-grade camera and tripod to get some better shots in before this place literally crumbles to the ground. It’s a part of New York State history that for whatever reason, has gone unnoticed for way too long.Loading...ReplyThis house has seen better days..it should be pulled downLoading...ReplyThe picture is cool with a touch of professionalissm. Thanks for sharing, Tom!Loading...ReplyWow, full of different meaning in whatever context you want. Colourful, professionalism, and lovely. This picture quality makes the house not abandoned but occupied.Loading...ReplyThis is a great shot of a little house, even it’s a little house it looks cute and nostalgic.Loading...ReplyCool photo, I just like the ambience of the environment. Very nice looking.Loading...ReplyThe house doesn’t look to be in so bad a shape. It can still be reclaimed.Loading...ReplyIt was a well built house. Most houses nowadays are made out of wood.Loading...ReplyI wonder why the house was abandoned. It looks pretty okay to me.Loading...ReplyThe house does look very old. No wonder it was abandoned.Loading...ReplyThis is a well executed shot. I just love everything about the photo.Loading...ReplyNicely taken photography shot Mr. Tom. The house is beautiful, so I wonder why on earth should one abandoned such a sweet home. Please do you have reasons for its being abandoned?.Loading...ReplyNicely taken photography shot Mr. Tom. The house is beautiful, so I wonder why on earth should one abandoned such a sweet home. Please do you have reasons for its being abandoned?..Loading...ReplyThis is a beautiful house. I wonder why on earth should one abandoned such a sweet home. You made the capture from the perfect angle. Thanks for sharing. Hope you can help figure out why its being abandoned.Loading...ReplyLife is full of ups and downs. I wonder why on earth should one abandoned such a sweet home. This is a beautiful house. You made the capture from the perfect angle. Thanks for sharing. Hope you can help figure out why its being abandoned.Loading...ReplyI love the chimney. This house has got some swagger even though it’s unoccupied. Thanks for sharing.Loading...ReplyThis house looks like the houses I used to see in my home stamp, it almost exactly. Nice photo and shot.Loading...ReplyFor some reason despite its age I love the look and the impression that I am getting from this home. Must be the colors??? Anyway, this is a good way to look at something positive after I saw your previous doll shot. That gave me chills.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.