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UK 3 Asylums, 3 Days. North of England 1/14

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Not much of a poster any more, but went out with friends and got some shots of Rauceby, Whittingham and St John's Asylums, histories haven't changed since the last reports.

A nice reminder that it's not about the most epic or gas masks or fancy dress or hdr or not hdr it's about having fun with friends and taking shots you enjoy while soaking up the history and atmosphere.

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Well there you go. Pictures and stuff of asylums.

Just friends hanging out.

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Nicely done and a crazy matrix type levitation shot thrown in.

Good to see you out and about Bud and thanks for the share.

Ive just been reading the comments on the facebook page and cant stop laughing

as I have simply have never heard of any one Trolling themselves you are crazy lol

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Not bad for an amputee fella and I couldn't have put this better myself mate!! Respect!!!

A nice reminder that it's not about the most epic or gas masks or fancy dress or hdr or not hdr it's about having fun with friends and taking shots you enjoy while soaking up the history and atmosphere.

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