Ruins capture the viewers imagination with their ability to tell stories; they are a window into human histories, silent rooms with dust covered furniture, discarded objects that are left behind and a smell of mustiness lingering in the air echoing a past long gone.

I feel that one of the most powerful aspects of a ruin is the subject that's missing in the photograph - the people who once worked and lived in these places - their presence can still be felt.


N.B. Please note that some locations are not revealed to protect the integrity of the site/property and it's owner.







Best Wishes

Brian


Relieving oneself at The Eiffel Tower

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'Harnser' 'Geoffrey's House' Bathroom Sink 'Stanley's Farmhouse'
Playday Cuddly Books 'Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe' Relieving oneself at The Eiffel Tower 'Regina'
Price Tags 'Yallops' No More Flushes Farmhouses and Cottages
The Orange Room Windows and Doors/ Curtains and Wallpaper Massey Ferguson Tractor Transport and Machinery
Mason & Hamlin Miscellaneous Gallery Listed Farmhouse, Ditchingham The Black & White Gallery
Riverside Walk (Nunns Bridges), Thetford Limited Editions