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  1. We all have our 'things' (chair shots, toilets, ghost ads etc), well this is one of mine. Was interested in photographing dead things way before i was into exploring & as you will all know there's an abundance of dead things to be found when exploring. Mostly just dead pigeons here in the UK but hoping some folks will be able to add some more exotic things since there's people on here that explore oustside the UK. Am really interested in the different stages of decay that can be found, both St Joeys in Preston & Upholland were great for this, some would be really fresh & some were complete skeletons. St Joeys, Preston This one looks like something you would get from some of the dodgy chicken joints in Preston St Joeys, Upholland Someone's had their fun with the taxidermy stuff sure most people have met this little guy (& probably got some better snaps of him) Dead bird coming down the chimney Even managed to find something at Katie's House Have more to add but the hard drive with the rest of my pics on it isn't with me right now, hopefully others will add to the thread as well...
  2. http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/man-found-dead-cambridge-street-9661663 Sad to read, hope it wasn't anyone from the community. Please, stay safe out there
  3. this repo is a combo of 2 visits : Enjoy Horrorlabs 2 revisit by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 revisit by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 revisit by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr Horrorlabs 2 by Vancolen Photography, on Flickr
  4. Visited this place that I found online while researching other bits and pieces for a day out in Norfolk. So thought it would be a shame not to visit... Did not have high hopes for it, but it was not to bad... 5 of us rolled into the house and being it was only a two bedroom cottage there was not a lot of room. Over all it is in not bad condition, and has a few interesting bits and bobs left behind including a Dead bird in one of the bedrooms.. I searched online and could not find any history for the place, apart from what is listed on the estate agents websites.. All in this pukka little cottage as it stands will only set you back £250k.
  5. Beneath a large town in Belgium there is an underground graveyard. Back in the 1800's they realised there wasnt place left to bury the dead, so they went underground. Its been closed for many years now, because of the possibility of collapsing. They are started to renovate it by now, but there wont be any people left who actually knows any of the burried people. Excuse me for my bad grammar 1: 2: 3: 4: 5:
  6. After driving for 2 hours and arriving at our location, we found a long line of workers waiting for the site to open so the can begin there work for the day. Cop cars where parked all over the place and the police where standing on the road like they where doing crowd control for a angry mob. So we deicied to take a few pictures from the parking lot. Then we started to move closer and see if anyone was paying attention to us and they where not. So down the train tracks we went. The first place I was told to enter at had a truck parked right by it and workers all over the place. So we moved on to the second entrance, where once again we came across people working. We had to settle for exterior shots only. I will be go back one day and get what I went for. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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