Sunday, July 31, 2011

Suburban Decay IV

Farmhouse in disrepair. Quiet. Lonely near Lone Oak Road.

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  1. I maxed the picture to see the "decay" better...actually I don't think it's too bad. Looks okay structurally, but it sure could use some new paint, esp on the window frames.

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  2. Perfect for sepia! So charming; somebody needs to rescue it!

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  3. But it looks to be salvageable at this point. Someone save it!

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  4. C'est fou comme le délabrement peut être photogénique...

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  5. it really doesn't look that bad off, yet! it just needs a little love!

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  6. It looks not too bad, maybe ideal for handymen and some weeks later it could be perfect.

    Greetings from Manitoba

    joe

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  7. It just needs a little love and some elbow grease!

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  8. That could be so cute if it were fixed up.

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  9. oh would you please lock me into it, what a dream.



    daily athens

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  10. It looks like a great fixer-upper. A little TLC and vision could bring it back.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  11. Love the sepia, it lends are real overlay to the boarded up windows. Suzanne at WS

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  12. I'd like it... love that porch!

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  13. Gee, Leif, if this is what passes for decay in Eagan, you ought to see the decayed places in Hartford!!!

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  14. That could be fabulous once more in the right hands Leif, that porch around the front would be gorgeous.

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  15. The places were horror films are made up. They way you took the photo makes it look lovely though :D

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