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This small abandoned farm had some nice decay in it , the front door was broken and no longer in place, we didn't have to look for an entrance.

The more difficult part was getting without being spotted.

So we had to be fast and discrete, this all went well till we got back at the car and my girlfriend had lost her key ..... CRAP , so we headed back and lucky for us the key was on the right side of the fence so we had it back fast and easy :)

 

I hope you'll enjoy the pictures I made there 

 

27143077881_db57ff89ab_b.jpgFarm BJ by Vancolen Kevin, on Flickr

 

27143076581_94af98329f_b.jpgFarm BJ by Vancolen Kevin, on Flickr

 

26606546813_d4a1449686_b.jpgFarm BJ by Vancolen Kevin, on Flickr

 

26605313564_2d37055659_b.jpgFarm BJ by Vancolen Kevin, on Flickr

 

26606541913_d027f1ea6b_b.jpgFarm BJ by Vancolen Kevin, on Flickr

 

26605308864_6f3bb9e496_b.jpgFarm BJ by Vancolen Kevin, on Flickr

 

 

 

 

 

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