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A couple of days ago I went up into a local forest to search for a tiny old school.
There are no location details online so it kind of was like looking for a needle in a haystack so finding something was better than nothing at all ;) 
No, the music isn't from Psycho :)

 

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Although unfortunately already very broken and many graffiti, but still some nice shots. I like that the camera work is mostly very steady and so there are nearly no shaky pictures. :91_thumbsup:
Only the fast camera pan in the seconds 47-50 makes a little bit dizzy.  ;)

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On ‎6‎/‎28‎/‎2018 at 7:31 AM, Andy said:

Although unfortunately already very broken and many graffiti, but still some nice shots. I like that the camera work is mostly very steady and so there are nearly no shaky pictures. :91_thumbsup:
Only the fast camera pan in the seconds 47-50 makes a little bit dizzy.  ;)

Thanks Andy.

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