262 Comments for New York City Farm Colony

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hey look its my house!!
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im evil inside and out
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I love my new puter. I never saw the fence with my other one.
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Thanks, and sorry I've been meaning to add a contact form for some time. I will send you an email.
I'm an Anthropologist, Psychologist and musician. I find your work to be a compelling joining of many of my interests and I would like to discuss using your work with some of my music. How do I contact you?
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these types of pictures are my favorite of all the types you chronicle. I love looking down the row of doors or hallways. (that and the lone chair photos :) )
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As I sit and look at this fantastic picture, I wonder what it was like to have lived there. I wonder if the landscape helped the residents find some peace in what had to have been a hellish environment. If the serene landscape helped calm the internal screams and still the chaos.
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This shot is amazing.. the beauty of the building is incredible! Thank you
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check your email eldo I sent one a while ago
cool pic
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So interesting. Lovely and sad at the same time.
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Yes the arches were bricked in with cinder block after the place closed down. There were windows located inside each to let plenty of light inside (see historic photo here: http://opacity.us/site...farm_colony_building )
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Thanks for the wall paper, this looks totes medieval
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Wait, was that a Haiku Mica?

Oh, nope.
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Best Evil!