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I shot this today while traveling some rural roads east of San Marcos. This property included a large abandoned farm house, a few smaller cabins like this one, and some old cars and trucks. I tried to find the owner of the property to get permission to get up close but was unsuccessful. This one was photographed from the side of the road.

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  1. I really like the patch work of the planks and roof, good contrast!

  2. Robert says:

    I love old barnes and shed. It always amazes me how fast things revert back to nature when left to their own devices. Beautiful shot.

  3. Angry Buddha says:

    I'm jealous. You have the coolest run down buildings by you. Everything run down by me gets torn down and turned into a shopping mall.

  4. cary says:

    You always manage to find the right angle to shoot from, even when you don't have freedom of movement. Beautiful!

  5. wardy says:

    I love this kind of stuff and you do a great job of catching it on … er, uh… not film… but pixels? You got the idea. Where is this exactly? (I live in Houston)

  6. ROB says:

    This draws you right in. Feels like I could be standing there next to the camera.

  7. Foguenne says:

    Your pictures are marvellous

    Paul (Belgium)

  8. mannedspace says:

    Just got my hands on the CS2. Took awhile; but, I got one. Your work is amazing and I wouldn't even try and copy you. Just want to come close on the overall feel of the shot. This is nice. Great contrast.

    Please take a look at this before: http://mannedspace.my-expressions.com/archives/8045_1510383550/218073

    And after image: http://mannedspace.my-expressions.com/archives/8045_1510383550/218146

    I did it on my laptop, in a German bar, and drinking beer though!

  9. Cuentos says:

    I think this one is the most magic of your last pictures. Greetings, Mariana Cuentos.

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