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



February 2016

24 responses to “Abhorrence”

  1. A deserted home that was a beautiful one years ago. You did a good job of giving shot here.

  2. Looks like the trees are catching their fun, occupying the property till work starts. Lovely picture, looks like on of the hideout in movies.

  3. Who could have abandoned such a beautiful home. A few renovations and it’s back to life.

  4. creepy looking house, deserted place, an old tree. This can be a historical place in the making.

  5. The title is very fitting. The house must have been abhorred for it to have been abandoned.

  6. It is clear to see that no one has lived here for a long time. It begs the question as to why it was abandoned in the first place.

  7. This is mostly seen in horror movies. I love the quality of this photograph, so clean for a creepy place.

  8. I can imagine how scary this house would look in the dead of night. The branchy trees make it even creepier.

  9. Looks like it’s another abandoned house. You have a lot of shots of abandoned buildings.

  10. The building looks so isolated, and the fact that it is located in the woods makes it look creepy. I wonder how people can stay in such a place without feeling scared.

  11. The house seems a bit gloomy. But I think with some remodeling, it could be a good place to live.

  12. The house seems a bit gloomy. But I think with some remodeling, it could be a good place to live.

  13. The place looks like something out of a horror movie. But I could remodel it and condition it to live there.

  14. The picture depicts some horror. It is very scary to look at even from a far.

  15. Why was this place abandoned, I wonder? Did the previous owners abhor it so much that they couldn’t stand to be in there for too long?

    Probably not, because that house doesn’t look too bad. Unless, however, they fled due to the presence of supernatural entities.

    Or maybe this is yet another relic from a prosperous age gone by, just like the abandoned buildings on Hashima Island, in Nagasaki, Japan. Interestingly, the island has another name: “Gunkanjima”, which means “Battleship Island”. Once valued for its coal, the place was abandoned once it ran out of it.

    Once no one lives in an area, that area falls rapidly into ruin over time, as you’ve shown in previous photos. A bit saddening, but I guess that’s how Life tends to go.

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