Photography Look Out Any Window Posted on December 13, 2018November 25, 2018 by Thomas Slatin August 2013 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Guns And Ammo Next Post Someone Kicked In The Door 16 thoughts on “Look Out Any Window” Your images are so thought provoking, I always wonder what life happened there. Loading... Reply Thanks, Laura! Most of the places I visit have been researched extensively before I photograph them, so in a sense I have a good idea of the history of the location. There are a handful of times where this is simply not possible, and it is times like these that often make me wonder about the past. Loading... Reply How cool is that, Thomas, how fascinating to be know what the buildings you photograph “lived” through. Loading... Reply Most of the time it is cool and interesting, but sometimes it can be depressing, for example when I’m called to photograph abandoned psychiatric hospitals, and/or places that have been left to decay which have a strong historical importance and are irreplaceable. Loading... Reply I wonder what happened in this side of the house. It’s so sad to look at. I always wonder about the story behind all this. Loading... Reply This is obviously a dilapidated building.. You always try to make an ugly building look nice in your photos.. Loading... Reply I feel bad for this window. It is broken and abandoned. Loading... Reply I love the simplicity of the view outside that window. I wonder what the last person who stood there when the house wasn’t in such a dilapidated state was thinking about. Loading... Reply Where are you finding these places? Your photos are definitely one of my inspirations in making games. Love the mysterious atmosphere that it has to it! Loading... Reply I know we can see different things looking through this window. For me I see something bright and natural.Nice shot too. Loading... Reply The scene beyond the windows looks more like an extension of the interior because of the mossy nature of the walls. I just wished a filter was used to soften the glare from the sky. Nice photo still. Loading... Reply The colors on this photo blend together beautifully. I’d really want to know the camera you use. Loading... Reply The house is located on a beautiful place. This would be totally worth the restoration. Loading... Reply Was this place previously a war zone? It looks so damaged. Loading... Reply There is so much rot around the window. This is the disadvantage of a wooden house. Loading... Reply Looks like this house was part cement and part wood. I find that interesting. 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.