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I love the first one and the last one. They just look so desolate, there's no other houses around them. I wish there were more abandoned houses near where I live. There's only one and I would love to go inside and take pictures, or get up close, but it's no trespassing and I'm too chicken to go!

i was just looking at these images a couple days ago! i found the most amazing abandoned home nearby and got permission from the owner to photograph it but i don't think he wants me to make the pictures public. he's worried locals will get upset because it's an amazing historic structure and he doesn't have the resources to fix it.

They're SO beautiful...but it's SUCH a shame.
I'm off to see the others.

there is so much emotion mixed up in these houses--loss, failure, the beauty and horror of decomposition, intrigue...wow.

I love photos of abandoned houses and buildings. Living in such an urban area means I don't get to see them as much.

If you haven't seen them before, you should check out Rob Dobi's photography (http://www.flickr.com/photos/robdobi). I knew of his photos of abandoned institutions a few years ago and loved the differing moods in each location and photograph.

sheer beauty

These are lovely...such vivid colors even though they're abandoned.

Love the new layout, Abby!

Oh, there's something really moving about these - they look like once they were loved and had families and people who cared about them. These are lovely!

Abby, this reminds me - have you seen this:

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