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UK Portrait Of Gloom Farmhouse - August 2015

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I had driven past this farmhouse 12 times last year, on route to other places in Norfolk, past Cambridgeshire alike an not once did I have a real big urge to take a peek, it wasn't until a friend took a few externals an shots through the window, that it finally seemed worthy of my time.

So arriving just as the sun shined across the field, I walked towards the old farmhouse an opened the door.

This is what greeted me an to be honest I rather enjoyed this derp! :thumb

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Short and sweet but very surprising to have a lovely piano inside :) cheers for looking!

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