The abandoned clinic was just about the right size, 2 more abandoned houses next to it formed a nice little square which is now paradise for weeds and mosquitoes. The one worth exploring the most is the clinic itself; with the whole building half collapsing, there are so many interesting discoveries inside. We found oxygen tanks, surgery beds, emergency Intracardiac injection and so on. The white wooden building hidden in the greenery was quite aesthetic. The slight western design of the entrance reminds me of the abandoned Ogurasawa School. (via White Clinic | Haikyo - Urban Exploration in Japan)
Northcraft House (by Rodney Harvey)
n 1896 William and Eliza Northcraft owned this house. Before that William Young owned a log cabin here. “Bill” was hung in here from an overhead beam to a gate at his own home in 1879 by an angry lynch mob from Luray. He was aquitted of the crime of murdering the Spencer family with a ax in 1877. He was most likely innocent.
Anywho…this is a place I’ll come back to and get more photos. Several angles here with such an old ornate iron fence. Wonder how long it takes cedar trees to grow that tall. They are much taller than the house.
FUCK YEAH ABANDONED PLACES CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY!
So we thought we would be kind for Christmas and do a bit of a giveway! What we are doing is giving away prints of abandoned places taken by myself! We are going to choose three winners at random and I’ll ship to anywhere in the world n_n
One person will get a 8x10 print
while the other two will get a 8x6 print
They can choose whatever photo they want from this set on Flickr
So reblog away guys because the more you reblog, the more chances are that you will win!
The giveaway ends on Christmas Day and I’ll probably draw it a few days later!
ENJOY GUYS ^_^
Love from Tamina (and also Ash! ^_^)
Going through pictures I’ve taken on my phone..
I love the natural lighting of this one.. It really captures the essence and beauty behind the abandonment of this house..
Dejarnette Children’s Asylum.