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Germany The beginning - my first abandoned place (visited 1991)

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These are my first "real" (conscious / aware) Photos from an abandoned place.

I've took them 23 years ago, in 1991 (I'm getting old ... ;) ).

It was an abandoned mansion with a chapel in Trier / Germany (today it is restored).

The image quality is not very good. But I think it might be interesting to see my old photos from that time.

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14 - Perfect shoes and clothes for Urban Exploration ... ;):D

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Haha I love it! You were already interested in those detailed features even back then :D Were you a fan of The Cure by any chance?? :music:

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Yes, I like both - wide-angle shots and detail photos.

And I still like the music from The Cure, I've seen them live several times. For the first time in 1989, last in 2008. :)

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