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IantheBaeyensPhotography

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The only information I have about this one is coming from my grandparents, who used to know the people that lived there.
It was the house of the  principal of a little school close by, sadly enough they demolished it before I was into urbex.

They called the man "mister pipe" since he always walked around smoking a pipe  :)



































 

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Loads of bits and bobs!! And looks relatively free from vandalism which is always nice :)

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Lovely, and so much left over. You don't often see ceilings wallpapered either. There's a first time for everything I guess. You got some great shots (y)  

 
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Wow! Amazing spot. I like the hdr edition. A little bit different from usual but very nice.
Thank you! My hdr's are always slightly different it seems, can't really help it, I think I need some more practice haha, can't wait to revisit this one once I have a wide-angle lens! 

 

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For my taste the HDR effect is a bit too unnatural / artificial. But it's an interesting place, still a lot of things inside.

 
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