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Did they just move out yesterday?

Bit clean for me personally, but your images and composition are wonderful!

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It was recently abandoned when i was there... 3-4 years tops.. This is what locations look like before the thieves and vandalist wreck the whole place.. And before the decay starts.. personally i like my locations with a lot of decay, but locations like these really give me the chills and you can really see how they lived..

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