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07-05-2009, 08:08 AM   #31
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Its amazing at the creepy reflections that you can capture around places like this.
Here is a crop of the window area from the 1st pic above.


This is very cool!

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This house is abut 80 miles from my home.
Blue, where is that? It's a shame to see some of these beautiful, old southern homes deteriorate like that.

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Its amazing at the creepy reflections that you can capture around places like this.
Here is a crop of the window area from the 1st pic above.
Did you hear fiddle music from inside? LOL

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Blue, where is that? It's a shame to see some of these beautiful, old southern homes deteriorate like that.

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Its between Greenville, FL and Quitman, Ga. It is on Highway 221 known as Greenville, Highway just south of Quitman.

I didn't here fiddle music but there was an empty baby crib next to one of the windows. Apparently that place is popular with photographers.

A year before I took my shots, these people took these the in May, 2008.











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The place must not be too scary in the day time. More from the same people:




Different Person about 2 weeks after I took my photos early this April. This is the same chair the young woman above was sitting in a year earlier:

Click on thumb in upper left.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/10822427@N04/sets/72157603888342249/?page=2


3 of the last four thumbs are also of the interior. The tags are Quitman, Georgia, Brooks County. The fountain is inside the side door of my photo in my post from the other day.

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Demise on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

That's the same person that did those thumbnails in the above links.

Those other 2 thumbnails are the Quitman house as well.

Edit: I like how the person who took pics after me tries to play the creepy effect yet the couple that was there a year earlier was having a good time.
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Blue, where is that? It's a shame to see some of these beautiful, old southern homes deteriorate like that.

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This place in central Georgia blows me away. Its in Eatonton.

Google Image Result for http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2044/2308234027_5cf14cd042.jpg?v=0

Edit: A couple of years ago when I went by the Quitman house, there was a piano on the porch.

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I didn't here fiddle music ...
So Ol' Nick didn't "come down to Georgia" and play his fiddle that day.

Strange architecture on the Eatonton house. I should run down there one day and take a look at it. I have to go down to Cochran soon and photograph an old country house where my late father-in-law grew up. It's about to fall down since it hasn't been maintained in about 30 years and my wife wants as many pictures of it as we can get.

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So Ol' Nick didn't "come down to Georgia" and play his fiddle that day.

Strange architecture on the Eatonton house. I'm should run down there one day and take a look at it. I have to go down to Cochran soon and photograph an old country house where my late father-in-law grew up. It's about to fall down since it hasn't been maintained in about 30 years and my wife wants as many pictures of it as we can get.

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There are quite a few buildings in Eatonton to photography including antebellum but some other stuff such as railroad depot etc.

Eatonton Homes


Edit: I wonder if Ol' Nick was playing the piano for the young lady dancing? They Piano may have been gone by the time they were there though.

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O.k. M. Jackson's ghost was filmed during a Larry King interview at Neverland.

http://www.examiner.com/x-4819-Cable-TV-Examiner~y2009m7d6-CNN-video-starts-rumors-of-Michael-Jackson-ghost-sighting
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O.k. M. Jackson's ghost was filmed during a Larry King interview at Neverland.

http://www.examiner.com/x-4819-Cable-TV-Examiner~y2009m7d6-CNN-video-starts-rumors-of-Michael-Jackson-ghost-sighting
Was it in the children rooms?
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Was it in the children rooms?
It was roaming the hall way. If you notice in the video, the camera was looking down the hall just after they showed the door with enough locks on it to secure a bank vault.
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It was roaming the hall way. If you notice in the video, the camera was looking down the hall just after they showed the door with enough locks on it to secure a bank vault.
Oh, the one next to the Jesus juice?
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Ok here's one.

I was shooting a roll of Fuji 160NPS with the Voigtlander Rollfilmkamera (1933), trying to get things sorted out... I still have work to do on the camera.

But anyway, it is a 6x9 medium format folder - 8 pictures per roll. Picture 6 came out like this:



The key here is that the street with the cars on the left edge don't exist, or don't exist there at any rate. Perhaps it is the street behind me. But I did no double exposure thing. And the next two frames of the same building from the same spot that I took immediately afterward do not have this intrusion.
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Ok here's one.

I was shooting a roll of Fuji 160NPS with the Voigtlander Rollfilmkamera (1933), trying to get things sorted out... I still have work to do on the camera.

But anyway, it is a 6x9 medium format folder - 8 pictures per roll. Picture 6 came out like this:



The key here is that the street with the cars on the left edge don't exist, or don't exist there at any rate. Perhaps it is the street behind me. But I did no double exposure thing. And the next two frames of the same building from the same spot that I took immediately afterward do not have this intrusion.
Nesster, When you shoot 160 film what ASA setting do u use in the camera? I don't think any of mine have a 160 setting.
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