Comments Posted by Jenna

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Reminds me of solipsism...a reformed solipsist idea.
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That's beautiful. I love the yellow tones and the calmness of it. Very nice!
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I'd like to shake that rug and watch all the dust come out of it!
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That bar is wonky!! ;-)
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Ahh, its those silly glue-on tiles again.
They never seem to last long.
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I love that room! Great shots again!
I live quite near to Harperbury, so i went down there today, only drove through it, but it was quite strange, there were 2 guys mowing the grass, and a girl standing by a door, but most of the place was boarded, sectioned off or rotting away. Great place though.
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The most welcoming morgue ive seen, the light really does makea difference.
Great pictures as usual!
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Hmm... i see that nowadays, most of the staff are indeed very caring etc, but maybe when this place was open, they werent treated as well.
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The holes look in a really random pattern, like someones gone and punched some dodgy holes haha.
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That is such an amazing shot
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ladymosai, i saw that face too, it was one of the first things i noticed. Dont know what it is, it looked a bit like a piece of a painting, it was that out of place.
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Around the black area, at the bottom of the sinks pipe the floor seems to be caving in on itself, maybe an illusion im not sure.
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Not sure if its of any relevance, but the 2nd rom nearest sink has no taps, or whatever it is the rest have, and the bit in the middle is missing as if they were removed.
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the contrast is awesome. the blue and gray is great, and the red just pops out.
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These photos aren't just a form of art, they are a form of thought. To make people think, and imagine. Through a lens in a small metal box, you change our emotions.
encore..encore!!!