Photography Empty House (Edit) Posted on August 27, 2020August 27, 2020 by Thomas Slatin Ashland, Pennsylvania, United StatesNovember 2010Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostDead Car Near New York / Connecticut Border Next PostA Decade of Photography in Review Featuring Thomas W.P. Slatin 22 thoughts on “Empty House (Edit)” Pingback: Adventure Photographer Thomas W.P. Slatin On Urban X Photography – TomSlatin.comA very big house yet it’s beauty already faded. I hope it gets renovated.Loading...ReplyI would love to go and explore that house! The atmosphere of the house is creepy that it almost seems like something is living there. Love the pic!Loading...ReplyHouse left since 2010 or how? but it looks a beautiful house with the black and white edit. you did well with it.Loading...ReplyAm sure this house must have been abandoned for decades. Good and quality output work.Loading...ReplyCreepy but sublime. I will never try to enter nor spend the night in this house.Loading...ReplyIs this house still under construction or what? It is a mess. This is dangerous and not to mention creepy. Very Creepy!!!Loading...ReplyFaded creepy looking house. I wonder what the house is meant for. It looks weird to me.Loading...ReplyWow, this house is really messed up! I think there is no point in renovating this, it needs to be built from scratch.Loading...ReplyWell. it looks like the house could be repaired, Im wondering why the owners left it behind, i mean it can be fixed and the area where its placed could be also taken care of .Loading...ReplyWhat has happened to this house! Both inside and outside the house have all been badly damaged.Loading...ReplyA truly amazing shot. I am mesmerized by this.Loading...ReplyI am in love with the black and white. It gives a sweet nostalgia to the photo.Loading...ReplyThe damage on the house is so extensive. Begs the question as to what could have caused it.Loading...ReplyI am surprised the house is still standing. It must have been built real sturdy.Loading...ReplyIt would take a lot of work to repair this house. It can still be done though.Loading...ReplyThe poor house sure has seen some better days. It must be at least a couple of decades old.Loading...ReplyIt’s difficult to imagine that people once lived in this house. It is way too derelict as it is.Loading...ReplyLooks like these are two identical houses side by side. I like the design a lot.Loading...ReplyGrayscale was perfect for the shot. I wonder how it looked like in color though.Loading...ReplyFor a moment I thought a bomb exploded in the house. There is just too much damage.Loading...ReplyIn my opinion, I think it’s best if the house is taken down. There’s no telling when it may collapse on its own and hurt someone.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.