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Photographer Bradley Prue  Bradley Prue {Karma:30678}
Project N/A Camera Model Nikon D70
Categories Still Life
Film Format
Portfolio ASYLUM
Lens Tamron 28-300
Uploaded 8/2/2004 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
    ISO / Film Speed 16
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About I go down...but look up. And I wonder about the the amount of anguish, that has peered beyond this glass.
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Michael Alexander   {K:5293} 1/13/2005
?And I wonder about the amount of anguish that has peered beyond this glass? yeah, one can only imagine. Thought?s like it?s a nice day out, I wonder if we get to go out in the yard and soak up the sunshine, thoughts like, I wonder what my spouse, parent?s or children are doing right now. thoughts like, I wonder what?s for lunch, or I?m so tired, I just want to die. Nice angle, nice exposure, I might have gone black and white on this one though.
~Mike

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Dina Marie Dina Marie   {K:-1410} 8/3/2004
holy cow - this shot is eeeriiiee.......

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Bradley Prue Bradley Prue   {K:30678} 8/3/2004
Thank you for your thoughtful comments, Emgy. It is a turn-of-the-century building that honestly, is very creepy inside. While I was inside (for a couple of hours) there was a thunder storm that added to the anxiety level. The rain and wind was coming thru the broken windows and ravaged roof. Oddly, by the time I left, having covered four floors and dozens of rooms, I was relaxed and found the mood to be quite serene. Like a welcome visitor.

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Dan Lightner   {K:12684} 8/3/2004
I think I need to go to this place. I see this is a cool place for pictures

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Emgy Massidda Emgy Massidda   {K:60358} 8/2/2004
This gives me the idea of a prison, dark and cold inside, that's the way I imagine it to be. At the same time, though, the two differently shaped windows distract "me from the "moody feeing and makes me wonder about the architecture of this interior. What building is it?
The perspective is excellent and it would definitely have been a good addition to the "Above my head " project. I like the texture and the peeling paint. The light from the windows looks extra beautiful amid of the darkness.
Very intriguing shot, Bradly
Best regards - Emy

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Stephen  Bowden   {K:64141} 8/2/2004
I feel like I'm also in an asylum right now and will be for the next 10 hours during this night shift lol Great capture Brad

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Ursula Luschnig Ursula Luschnig   {K:21723} 8/2/2004
A great shot...but what stories behind that walls.
Your photo works so depressing...and the asylum 2
even more.But nice photos we have here a lot....
Regards,Ursula

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Enjoy    {K:16125} 8/2/2004
heavy photo... moving...and thought provoking

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