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  1. Maison Anna 2015

    Hello all, I visited this House this weekend More pictures will come later At the moment, I have only one picture... Sorry for my average english...
  2. A little Maison in Luxembourg... 1. Maison Anna 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 2. Maison Anna 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 3. Maison Anna 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 4. Maison Anna 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 5. Maison Anna 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr
  3. Evening all, Another report and another residence/surgery which has been covered many a time and is still somewhere that attracts a lot of traffic.....slowly getting my edits finished from earlier stuff so brace yourselves Lucky enough to go on a last minute trip to Germany in March with a non-forum member as he wanted this place badly so we planned a nice mix of locations and was nice to revisit this one with a lot better light due to the timing of the month and the weather we had all weekend. Docteur Anna, as the legend goes, is still alive in a nursing home. Her husband ran an urology clinic from the basement until a car accident and his untimely death and judging by some of the items in the house and the size of the place, they were quite well off. The house was in a nice affulent spa town and looked like a nice place to live. The revisit since last October shows that the typical moving around/decay of time, etc is slowly destroying this place and new signs telling people to stay away have appeared plus regular sealings seem to undeter those who go for this place. Best during the early morning as there are a lot of people around during the day especially with the hotel overlooking the place. My other report is on here somewhere..... The time spent here was mostly done with the 50mm as its always good to challenge yourself and see something in a different light. On with some photos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. I sat out on the verannda here and drank my chocolate milk 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Cheers for looking in.
  4. DRANNAL01 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL02 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL03 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL04 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL05 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL06 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL07 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL08 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL09 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL10 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL11 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL12 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL13 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr DRANNAL15 von MiaroDigital auf Flickr
  5. Dr Anna's Visited with member Chaos and non member Markymark Took a bit of an unasked disaster to get here, we were on route out of Belgium on our way to Germany to our furthest location on our derp list, on route the engine cut out on the motorway! Luckily there was a slip road to coast up and put the hazards on. We couldn't exactly ring the AA so contacted Markymark's euro breakdown cover, not realising it was a bank holiday in Belgium from Thursday (when we broke down) to Monday we suddenly felt a sense of doom and helplessness. The breakdown cover offered to put us up in a hotel until Tuesday, this wasn't going to happen and after a few frustrated phone calls managed to get a tow truck out to us, to cut a long story short and to add insult to injury and fuck up an even more already cocked up situation the tow truck driver slammed on the anchors at a set of traffic lights, the car slammed into the cab of the truck and managed to pierce the radiator, smash the A/C and break the fan and bumper!....he hadn't lashed the car down. We basically lost pretty much 3/4 of a day with a frustrating language barrier trying to sort the continuation of our trip, we managed to get a hire car and little did they know we pushed on into Germany to our next location. Dr. Anna's House A few reports are floating about with various names and monikers. After being here i've got a new found respect for such sites as this, there is so much stuff to look at and a story to be told. You really get a sense of what life was like in this location, all the bits and bobs and photo's, books, documents, medical instruments really do tell a story. The more you look around the more the story unfolds. It was a talking point for days after and will continue to do so for some time. After we arrived and finished here for the day we decided after some noodles and a few Lidl German lagers to return the next day bright and early and document some more. History In a quaint quiet small town set in the hills in central Germany lies the house of Dr Anna, The house lies abandoned just off a quiet road a stones throw away from the busy town centre. It's very much a time capsule with an amazing array of interesting items scattered about everywhere you look. It is assumed that in all likelihood the doctor had no children and was more than likely pre deceased. The building oozes atmosphere, not least on the ground floor where two consulting/operating rooms housing an array of old medical equipment still in place - drugs, surgical equipment, seats with legs, stirrups and operating lights, theres even jars of formaldehyde kidneys in square glass cases. Also on the ground floor there is a study with a large window that looks over a large now overgrown garden, the room comprises of comfortable looking reading chairs and heavily laden book shelves. The first floor is reached by a curving stair case and includes the living area of the house with a room that houses a large piano, there is rooms scattered with photo's of all shapes, sizes and styles, there are a large number of slides and tiny negatives which really paint a picture of the life she once lived. Some of the photo's were dated back to 1950's and showed her on holiday, some of which were in London. There is a grand bedroom with a large bed with neatly pressed clothes still hanging in the wardrobe and a large number of shoes were scattered around the property This is one of the best explores i've done and will hard to beat in the future. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Thanks for looking
  6. Evening all, Visited with Camerashy, Dai and Gareth earlier this month. This was one we definately had on the list to do, so after a very early start and over a good hour of waiting for sunrise which, with the rain made it very difficult on exposure times for the first couple of hours. Especially down stairs in the clinics which is what most people go there for. An affluent looking town with an overgrown house/clinic in the centre. Apparently Dr Anna is still alive, over 100 years old and being cared for in nursing home accommodation. Her name and her husband's were apparently above the door of the Urological clinic they ran down in the lower levels of the basement. The house is a split level affair, with clinical and waiting / administration spaces on the ground and lower ground floors with an opulent house on the floors above. Dr Anna was clearly a well dressed lady judging by the amount of swanky old clothing and bags still there and the furniture. Not to mention the hobbies and travels they clearly had judging by the items left behind. Her husband died in a car crash sometime in the 90s and the home has been left to rot. Not sure if this is the most current history, on with some photos. Thanks for looking in. Tim
  7. The story behind this one has been misquoted by many to the point where it is a bit murkey to what is actually true, what does seem consistent is that this is the home and workplace of a husband and wife doctors, Born in 1910 the doctor practiced with his wife, from their large home in a popular and rather upmarket part of Germany. He died in the late 1980's and the house was occupied by his wife for some years afterwards slowly falling into disrepair,some reports say she sadly passed away, others say she is actually alive and living in a local care home aged over 100. It is clear from the many many belongings left behind they lived live to the full and travelled extensively, the house itself must have been quite grand in it's day standing over 4 floors, the surgery and medical rooms occupy pretty much an entire floor, a big library room, many bedrooms, even the basement is stacked full of records and old bits of equipment and a big wine cellar, large overgrown gardens all round. Having seen lots of traffic through here it's obviously seen better days and lots of belongings have been stolen or just tipped onto floors and scattered around the place, quite sad really. Despite all this it's a pretty unique place really and i really enjoyed seeing it as it's been a long time coming, i'd be quite happy to go back as there is so much to look through and discover, if that's you thing. Visited with Timster1973 and 2 non members. Pics..... Cheers for looking
  8. Dr. Anna - 2013

    Hey all, some time ago I visited this house of a doctor. I'm sure everybody already knows the place. I went there alone and suprisingly, after all I heard about many photographers beeing there at the same time, I was there all by myself injoying the place for like 2 hours. Dr. Anna's Collection Dr. Anna's Equipment Drugs Fashion vs. Medicine The Waiting Room The Genius Dr. Anna's Baroque Cabinet Dr. Anna's Mountain View Dr. Anna's Piano Barbie's Bedroom Dr. Anna's Wardrobe After a Lifetime.
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