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Belgium Mold House August '17

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Recently, I´ve visited "Mold House". Of course, more than well-known. When I first set my eyes on pictures of that house with its amazing colours and its state of decay, I instantly fell in love. I´m glad I could fulfill my dream of visiting that place. I especially loved the pink colour of the armchairs being sokaed into the carpet. 


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I love the second one! lovely point of view, great use of depth of field .

Also a big fan of the 'minimalism' of the second to last picture in the set. The chair, the wall, the sunrays... perfect! 

 

edit : punch me in the head, but now I know where I have seen this 'style'of photo's. You're Christina right? I've been following you for quite a while now on flickr 

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On 6.9.2017 at 1:17 PM, prettypeculiar said:

I love the second one! lovely point of view, great use of depth of field .

Also a big fan of the 'minimalism' of the second to last picture in the set. The chair, the wall, the sunrays... perfect! 

 

edit : punch me in the head, but now I know where I have seen this 'style'of photo's. You're Christina right? I've been following you for quite a while now on flickr 

Thank you so much! :-)

It´s nice you´ve recognised me by the style of my photos. 

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