Photography In The Living Years Posted on February 8, 2019February 5, 2019 by Thomas Slatin February 2019Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostPast The Places Where I Used To Roam Next PostMonster Garage 21 thoughts on “In The Living Years”This is hilarious.. This room has seen better days.. A little clean up is what it needs to get back in shapeLoading...ReplyThe room still looks quite elegant even in its dilapidated state. I especially love how the sunlight plays with the shadows.Loading...ReplyThe caption tends to be far from the reality on grounds. There can’t be a better living with such a home. it more like an abandoned place.Loading...ReplyIt makes me feel sad seeing abandoned or old houses. Those houses have beautiful memories that will live on forever. Hope we can fix houses like these.Loading...ReplyThis is a very beautifully set up house. Even the colors of the curtains really complement the room, just a cleaning is what it needs.Loading...ReplyI like how the room is lited though. Despite it’ present condition, it still a sight to behold.Loading...ReplyIt’s a spacious and good living room. It’s only a matter of cleaning up and making the chimney to work.Loading...ReplyIt must have been a lovely house before. Such a pity it was abandoned.Loading...ReplyIf I was to abandon such a house it would be for a very good reason. It is just so lovely if you overlook the disorganization.Loading...ReplyThe grandfather chair really caught my attention. I thinks it’s the only thing worth salvaging from the room.Loading...ReplyThe red curtains look very nice. There’s quite a lot that can still be used here.Loading...ReplyWhen was the last time this room got cleaned? I can bet it’s years ago!Loading...ReplyAwww this is very sad, It looks like it was a beautifull place, I’m wondering why it was abandoned.Loading...ReplyThe area seems to be a loveky place. I wonder what memories it holds.Loading...ReplyIt looks like this place just got raided from a burglary. The opened door is just asking for trouble.Loading...ReplyThe living years that it was is more like it. What is the fascination with broken things??? How about happy and lively subjects?Loading...ReplyI this could have been a cozy room during its hay days. Too bad nothing lasts forever.Loading...ReplyIn the living years it must have been a beautiful living room. It requires some renovations and it will be good to go again.Loading...ReplyThe place looks very abandoned. I wonder what happened in there.Loading...ReplyThe place will soon fall down. This should be renovated.Loading...ReplyOnly memories will be saved here. It’s time to let go and give this place a new face.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Maury Cheskes 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.