Photography Sinking Slowly Posted on June 24, 2014June 22, 2014 by Thomas Slatin May 2014Buy A Print Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWriting Prompt Number 77 Next PostDead Car In A Farm Field 15 thoughts on “Sinking Slowly”Old abandoned houses that still looks good. It’s such a waste abandoning houses like this. I hope the owner will renovate this one.Loading...ReplyThis was such a lovely house. It’s sad it got abandoned 🙁Loading...ReplyIt won’t be long before the house collapses. I hope they managed to salvage it.Loading...ReplyThe effect at the edges of the photo looks very cool. Such a nicely taken shot too.Loading...ReplyThis house still looks very good. It just needs a bit or restoration.Loading...ReplyThis house is a disaster waiting to happen. Hopefully no one still lives in it.Loading...ReplyIt still looks stable to me but it needs a lot of work. It is still livable at least from the looks of it. You must have put in effort to restore this in its glory.Loading...ReplyIt really looks unstable. I think it’s best to demolish it.Loading...ReplyI love the red hue of this house. While it may be descending, it still looks like a great location and a good fit for a family. It just needs a few touchups to keep it sturdy for the next few years.Loading...ReplyDefinitely it wouldn’t be too long before this cave in. It looks like will fall any time pretty soon. nice shot thereLoading...ReplyYou are right..if nothing is done to revamp this building, it will sink forever..its bad to see so many abandoned buildings in the statesLoading...ReplySomething about it seems so eerie. Yet, it also seems so nostalgic, like you’ve been there before, even if you haven’t.Loading...ReplyThis was a nice looking house then, it’s a pity it is sinking slowly now. With renovation it should be okay.Loading...ReplyObviously, the house is sinking slowly 😀 I love how the image was captured. The colors are perfectly in detail.Loading...ReplyI just love old houses. They have a unique feel to them. Hope they preserve these types of houses.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Obalade Damilola Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.