Photography Abandoned Swimming Pool Posted on January 15, 2016December 1, 2018 by Thomas Slatin January 2016 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Ernest Hemingway Quote Next Post Beyond Repair 14 thoughts on “Abandoned Swimming Pool” Woow, it looks nasty and creepy. I love that you are very adventurous and visit places that npt other people would visit. Loading... Reply I always love to take a swim but this one will be repelling to me. It doesn’t look inviting at all.But still a good photo. Loading... Reply If this swimming pool is to be restored, I. believe this will be one of the most beautiful swimming pool. Everything really needs have a proper care for it to last long. Loading... Reply Its really an abandoned swimming pool..I wonder what happened to the real owners..great shot Loading... Reply This was such a beautiful pool. It shouln’t have been abandoned. Loading... Reply The swimming pool can still be restored to its former glory. It’s not in a very bad shape. Loading... Reply I wonder why it was abandoned. It looks perfectly fine to me. Loading... Reply The pool has all manner of rubbish in it. I would hate to swim in it. Loading... Reply I really like the graffiti on the wall around the pool. It must have been a very cool swimming pool. Loading... Reply What a pool. Too much filth in one place. I can’t deal. You tried all the same. Loading... Reply I may have to clean this up if I wanna get into it. I am not into public pools or rather I’m cautious to it. Loading... Reply Though its old, the swimming doesn’t look that bad. Just a few make up here and there and it will look great. Loading... Reply From a far the pool looks so cool and relaxing. But closer you can see all the filth dirt due to lack of maintenance. Loading... Reply This is an interesting photo. I think it is very cool when you photograph abandon resorts. Once places with so much history and joy, I would love to see so many of them restored, and I know sometimes your work has lead to restoration efforts (or developers at least contacting you, such as the one regarding the locomotive that you photographed). Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * 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. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.