Wooden hut

Wooden hut

Posted: 21.11.06 | Categories: [Hardcastle Crags]  [Places]  

Another setting for a Horror movie at Hardcastle Crags! Can only imagine what's inside... [ Abandoned forest building here: http://www.noorhazmee.com/photoblog/?showimage=149 ]

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Canon PowerShot S80
f 3.5
1/250 sec
8.564 mm
ISO N/A
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9 Comments Posted | View

  • I really like this one. Reminds me of bad horror films, where a large group of 20 somethings go for a 'vacation' in so and so's uncles wooden shack. Nice one
    Tom PH @ 2006-11-21
  • I was about to mention horror movies. Is it bad that every time I see a photo like this it makes me think of murderers? I think hollywood must have twisted my perception.
    Jamey @ 2006-11-21
  • I would say I've got a picture of a dead body in that building in mind! But that's wrong I think... eh Jamey ;) Like these old building shots, nice.
    Jonathan @ 2006-11-21
  • a very nice person with tea and scones; and not a chainsaw in sight...this is england after all!!


    david @ 2006-11-22
  • Oh I like this...

    Just the whole detail, texture and tonality of it all it great!
    Sysagent @ 2006-11-22
  • Really nice - especially like the peeled paint.
    milou @ 2006-11-26
  • I love buildings like this. I definately would have taken this myself. It works well in B&W but I'd be interested to see it in duotone.
    Jon Swainson @ 2006-11-28
  • Nice black and white work. The walls of the building almost glow around the peeling paint without the feeling of overexposure or blow-out. Nice detail in the ground cover in the foreground. The chimney does seem to get lost a bit in the forest behind.
    Harry @ 2006-12-05
  • hehehe my fammily used to own this building it didnt use to look like this it was all painted pure white and had a fence around it but it was scary down there at night as it had no electric we used to have parafin lamps and it has a big open log fire in the main living room
    ian perrow @ 2008-02-05

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