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I took hundreds of pictures of beds in houses, hotels, hospitals and so on. Here is a selection of them.

 

 

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Now show yours... :) 

 

 

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WOW!

That is an amazing collection. I love the ones which have obviously been untouched for years, awesome! 

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Some lovely Z-catchers in there @Andy especially number 15 with the pink boot-washer next to it :D 

 

I'll have to dig some out and add them when i get the time :) 

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9 hours ago, hamtagger said:

Some lovely Z-catchers in there @Andy especially number 15 with the pink boot-washer next to it :D 

 

 

I also had to laugh when I saw that. But it was not connected, it has probably only someone put there.
The photo is already from 2010, unfortunately the villa was burned out in 2014 because of arson.

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Maybe I'm a bit weird but I've got to say I like to see abandoned beds, even more so if they've been left for a while to decay ?

Here's my collection which I've tried to make quite varied

 

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Sleep tight and don't let the bed bugs bite....!

 

 

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