Photography Windswept Abandonment Posted on October 10, 2015March 20, 2017 by Thomas Slatin September 2015Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostStoic And Creepy Doll Next PostBizarre Mermaid Doll 24 thoughts on “Windswept Abandonment”This is stunning! What a magnificent place it must have once been!! Another one of my favorites!Loading...ReplyThanks for the encouragement, Amy! Let’s just say that luck was on my side as for the weather that day. 😉ThomasLoading...ReplySomething tells me this used to be a house foll of life once but now that people are no longer in it. Sadly its beauty is now lost. It is not too late though. From the looks of it a few fixes and some paint can save it. Of course people will have live in it again.Loading...ReplySuch a beautiful mansion. I really hope the heirs of such place can try to restore the beauty of the house. Many people will flock the place knowing that the place has a historical value.Loading...ReplyAbandonment of a once modest house. I wish it can be renovated back to standard m it will be greatLoading...ReplyA good place to stay with the grandparents. A nice place for the holidays.Loading...ReplyThe shadow colors make look the picture a bit creepy, though I´m sure it was an incredible place in the past.Loading...ReplyThis will certainly hold memories. What a magnificent place to be. Just a little touch and the story would changeLoading...ReplyThe color makes this shackle looking place more attractive. I like the color combination here. If things are put in place then this should be a good place.Loading...ReplyWow, just having alot of wonderful piece in my memory. I love this Tom, thanks for your good worksLoading...ReplyI would love to fix that house. It looks wonderful in my eyes. Thank you for taking this photo! Really happy that you’re exploring again.Loading...ReplyThe house on the mountain looks like a castle, the only thing missing is a few touches to give the place more presence.Loading...ReplyThis is amazing, despite the damage, the house still looks pretty cool. Nice photoshoot there Tom.Loading...ReplyA very strong wind that must have been. This is not a tiny house by any means.Loading...ReplyI bet it was a huge loss to the owner. The house couldn’t have been cheap.Loading...ReplyThis is one lovely taken shot. Your skills are on point!Loading...ReplyI doubt if the house can be recovered. It is gone with the wind. Pardon the pun lolLoading...ReplyNice fade in effect there. I quite like your techniques.Loading...ReplyThe photo is a masterpiece. Of course, I expected nothing less!Loading...ReplyIt’s possible that this might have been the aftermath of a tornado. It was definitely no small wind.Loading...ReplyThe house might collapse any moment. It is a danger zone.Loading...ReplyI can tell this house looked magnificent before the wind. Sadly the forces of nature always win.Loading...ReplyWhat a huge house this was. The owner must have been devastated.Loading...ReplyAs it stands, the house is a big hazard. It should be taken down sooner rather than later.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Camila Prompo 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.