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Nikon D2X

Capture Date/Time: August 26, 2006 12:59
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/5.6 - 1/10 sec
Focal Length: 26 mm
ISO: 160
Flash: None

Here's another one from the Washburne series. A wall that looked somewhat diseased in one of the wrecked rooms... Check out John from Photoentropy's site today for other views of the building!

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08.30.06, 04:21 PM, micki:

I see so much of that in "my neck of the woods." The humidity and heat really take their toll. I guess I didn't think about what the atmosphere was like in this old building. Was it damp and musty?

08.30.06, 06:48 PM, john:

Fantastic colors in this one. None of the shots I took of this wall came out at all.

08.30.06, 11:54 PM, rayts:

clutter in great depiction. i can't help staring straight into those mossy wall. hey, congrats for being a winner of the photo issue. a well deserved award for a talented photographer like you.

08.31.06, 02:48 PM, Alicia:

What a dump! Makes for excellent photogenic material... Love the textures and the green.

08.31.06, 07:14 PM, EXP:

It's amazing that all this stuff is left in these places. Why not use it somewhere else. What a waste. Nice color in this one. I guess the thing I like about this series is the total chaos that you don't really see commonly. It makes for some really nice shots.

09.01.06, 08:21 AM, navin harish:

There is a lot of enegry in the chaos of this shot

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