prettypeculiar

Members
  • Content count

    65
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

prettypeculiar last won the day on September 7

prettypeculiar had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

30

5 Followers

About prettypeculiar

  • Rank
    Oblivion State Member
  • Birthday 05/14/1985

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/125103431@N06/sets

Recent Profile Visitors

382 profile views
  1. France

    lovely topic! thanks for the elaborate report and historical background information. wish i could give this 10x thumbs up
  2. Belgium

    yes the clothes confused many explorers over the time. it was abandoned for long, and a few people i know had their eyes on it already but never went to further check it when they saw the laundry. ' aah there s laundry outside, nevermind"
  3. Belgium

    it s good to be back indeed
  4. I'm a simple girl, I see ferns and I'm happy. so, lovely set with some cool shots.
  5. UK

    love the mixture of colours there
  6. An abandoned house along a Belgian road. The house was partly destroyed by a fire and the former owner now resides with family. Some family member comes by occasionaly to feed the stray cats. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
  7. Belgium

    thank you, sir.
  8. Belgium

    welcome to belgium then
  9. UK

    My jaw just dropped... can you please pick it up for me? amazing! I love the futuristic look and linework of this place. Also, many thanks for the extensive background information, it makes it more pleasant to scroll through when you actually know what it is you're looking at .
  10. This complex was built in the late 70's as the faculty of science and biology of a renowned university. It is located in a quiet, residential area surrounded by a large park. Due to the architecture, the buildings are a bit futuristic and out of place here . It gets even more interesting when you find the greenhouses where a group of 'highly motivated' researchers may have spent a lot of hours amidst their plants in the company of pizza and distilled water. The buildings were abandoned after being in use for only 30 years. Not because of structural problems, the university had simply become too small, as the courses gained popularity. So the students moved to a larger and newer building closer to the other faculties. 1. 2. 3. 4. how panda's are made ... 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
  11. France

    you're absolutely right, @wildboyz. I didn't get to editing the exteriour shots yet, but i'll make time for it now
  12. UK

    it's a lovely chapel, I've the green chairs before in other pics /reports. it looks sweet.
  13. UK

    What a stunning place indeed! The furniture in this living room/ tv closet reminds me of that one my parents had when i was growing up ( in the 80's... luckily they've bought new stuff later on ) I love your detail shots like the hairdryer, the sewing machine...
  14. Belgium

    thanks
  15. France

    well thanks

Disclaimer

Oblivion State exists as an online forum to allow like minded individuals to share their experiences of Urban Exploration. We do not condone breaking and entering or other criminal activity and advise all members to read the FAQ articles about the forum and urban exploring in general. All posts are the responsibility of the original poster and all images remain copyright to the original photographer.

We would just like to thank

Forum user AndyK! from Behind Closed Doors for our rather excellent new logo.

All of our fantastic team of Moderators who volunteer their time to keep this place running smoothly.

All of our members for continuing to support Oblivion State by posting up the most awesome content. Thank you everyone!