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  1. This is one for any new explorers in the area who might be starting out and want an easy one.Selena House is or was a nursing home.I have little real history on it but by the looks of it,I reckon it was originally a detached house in grounds that was added to over time.In 2012 however,an inspection by the council found some serious quality issues regarding food,health and general hygiene.Before any action could be taken,the owner decided to hand in his license and close the home.It quickly fell into disrepair with the final straw coming in the shape of a fire several years ago that destroyed about a third of it.There are though still a few rooms worth looking at namely the kitchen,the lounge and many residents rooms plus an interesting attic.Anyhow,I wont bore you any more..as I said,this one is really for noobs only... The frontage is totally boring Smoke damaged residents room In the attic,this seemed to be a den of sorts,and there are stacks of paperwork left up there too. Dining Room Wild Sage bath And another residents room in better condition. And finally that kitchen Like I said,this really is a fetid place so would suite a noob..beware also when upstairs,as it is very very dangerous where the fire took hold
  2. took another trip to Linford nursing home so i could show my friend around and so he could make a video in there... we set off about 4am this time to beat the traffic, after bumping into 4 groups last time.... and got there for 5 when it was light enough to shoot when we got there i instantly noticed how trashed the place has been in a little over a week! more smashed windows, crockery and even pikeys had been in there stripping the place of metal! luckily some of the rooms were left untouched and i got a few decent shots Thanks for looking
  3. Evening all, Another location during March's trip saw one of two revisits which involved this place and Dr Annas. The last time we visited was last October with bad light, lots of rain (set here: http://www.oblivionstate.com/forum/showthread.php/6410-Schloss-H-October-2013) As you can see from the photo below, we had some better conditions for the entire 4 days. We made it to this place on our last full day before heading towards our hotel and was glad we stopped by as the light really made it and it gave me an opportunity to challenge myself to shoot the place mostly using the 50mm prime F1.4. After arriving, some guy who said he was security turned up but was happy to let us continue taking photos. There was little really to protect (besides the building) but he wandered the entire place and gave it the once over and left. Nice guy and no harm done. All I know from the history is that this was a hospice, nursing home or care establishment of some sort but what there was, was nice to shoot. On with some photos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Thanks for looking in.

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