12.18.2011

Spooky House

I can't help but think of Norman Bates whenever I see this house.

I only wish that I had better skies, or more interesting clouds for even more drama.

(5 exposures at F9, ISO 100, 12mm)

After I got about 5 shots of this house, a guy drove up and kicked me off the property.

Maybe I should have picked my day more carefully to get good clouds.  Since he asked me to leave, it might be a little ballsy of me to go back on a better day.  Maybe I'll have to buy a disguise!

:)

Brian

12 comments:

  1. Oooh, a disguise. Yes. Excellent shots, BG.

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  2. Norman Bates indeed. Quite the picture and the monotone sky keeps the emphasis on the house.

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  3. This is an intriguing photo, would love to see the other 4 shots that you took of it!!!

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  4. AMAZING!!!! Too bad the guy didn't realize how amazing and artsy this house is.

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  5. This looks like a house on River Road in Pennsylvania. Love it.

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  6. I love old houses and this is BEAUTIFUL!

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  7. Great photo....go back on a cloudy day....wear a disguise (like a wig & stash). Love mysterious old Victorian houses. Would have loved to have one years ago. PA, my favorite state, saw them there.

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  8. I got caught there a few years back. The Gent and I chatted for awhile over a couple sodas, and he let me take more photos. We came to an understanding, and he stayed there until I was done. Didn't go near, or inside. One of the chimney's had collapsed into the house one year, and that was the end of people going inside.

    Tom Straub - Haunted Art

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  9. Thanks for the comment, Tom! If we dealt with the same guy, he wasn't nearly as nice to me, and I was quite cordial to him! Maybe in a bad mood!

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  10. Curious as to where this house is located? I didnt see a location for this house. It looks just like one I used to go to as a teenager in Buckeye Lake, OH.

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