Photography All That I Ever Was Posted on May 9, 2017May 2, 2017 by Thomas Slatin May 2017Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostForgotten Pharmacy (Black & White Edit) Next PostForgive Us Our Tresspasses 25 thoughts on “All That I Ever Was”nice photography. which camera did you use?Loading...ReplyA fallen hut is all I see, but it really a nice photography work. Good job TomLoading...ReplyThis shed once stood by itself in this big space, I wonder what it was actually used for? It is decapitated now and useless.Loading...ReplyEverybody needs resilience. If life is a journey. Then, as far as we have walked until now, how many times have we fallen?Loading...ReplyThis house embodies the struggles in our lives. We may fall sometines but it should not hinder us in moving forward. This is an encouragement for every person that we should be stronger for what tomorrow might bring.Loading...ReplyI feel the pain with the owner. This is a complete damage. You made the photograph a clean one.Loading...ReplyWhoa! What happened to that house? Natural calamity maybe?Loading...ReplyThis house has proven its purpose. To protect and serve those who enter its domain.Loading...ReplyThis looks like a farm house, memories here are lost just as the hurt goes down. I love this picture, so peaceful.Loading...ReplyWow, how on Earth did you locate such an old house. It looks like it’s been abandoned for centuries.Loading...ReplyThis looks like a shelter in the farm, for relaxation. This output is really fantastic and, cool. This structure is gone.Loading...ReplyI love the green grass sorounding the old house. It gives it a different look.Loading...ReplyIt’s seems the house has done it’s purpose and is about to collapse from wear and tear. Good photography.Loading...ReplyThis house is only a shell of it’s former self. How so sad.Loading...ReplyThe damage is so extensive. This might be the result of a wild storm!Loading...ReplyWas the house hit by a tornado? It’s the only thing that can explain such damage.Loading...ReplyThe cottage looks like the result of a torpedo. Hopefully no one was caught up when it went down.Loading...ReplyWow this is completely beyond repair. There are no hopes for it.Loading...ReplyWonderfully taken shot. The level of detail is amazing.Loading...ReplyThe terrain is so green. What a fertile piece of land!Loading...ReplyI hope the house served well. Unfortunately it’s time has inevitably come to an end.Loading...ReplyThe title sounds like something the house would say if it could talk. Very creative touch there Thomas.Loading...ReplyThe wood is so murky and rotten. The structure is at least a few decades old.Loading...ReplyI can’t stop admiring your camera. Every shot looks super professional.Loading...ReplyWhat a poor little house. I think a typhoon destroyed this house.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.