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abandoned church

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Sometimes when I really like photos I just want to hold on to them and never post them. That's kind of what happened with these. It's like things just get buried so quickly and I, of course, don't want my favorites to disappear into my blog archives. I've had these in a draft post for just around a month, it's finally time to share. This is an abandoned church my boyfriend, Jeff, took me to. It's a fairly small church without many rooms to explore but it really is quite an incredible sight. That piano just kills me, I feel like it just makes the whole scene so much more amazing.
xoxo

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  1. Wow, thanks for sharing (eventually!) That piano just makes it, incredible! X

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  2. AAAAH the clown magazine!!! WHY

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  3. Beautiful photos. So jealous that you have so many awesome places so explore.

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  4. Great photos! The piano is definitely an emotional shot. I can't wait to see more!

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  5. so nice! i really need to start exploring some places in my area...

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  6. This really is amazing. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos!

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  7. Oh wow, this is incredible. So beautiful!
    Lauren | OhHay Blogs!
    xxx

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  8. I ADORE these posts. They make me beyond happy and I wish you posted them daily!

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  9. Wow! I love these! Especially that piano shot!

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  10. Oh myyyy, Kaylah, these are GORGEOUS. Wow! I totally get why you would want to keep these for yourself for a while! They're probably my favorites from your abandoned places series so far!

    Elyse @ Cuddly as a Cactus

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  11. Have you ever considered opening a photography shop? Maybe society6 or something? Your abandoned building pictures are all so gorgeous!

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    1. No, I haven't. But thanks for the input.
      Thanks Kate!
      :)

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  12. stunning... especially the piano... you should sell it as a print on cafe press.. id buy it

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  13. I know exactly what you mean about feeling like things getting buried in your blog, I'm always mournful when a post I'm proud of is no longer on my first page and probably won't get looked at again. Such beautiful photographs, it really looks like an amazing place. I love all of the worn down paintings, and that random creepy clown magazine!

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  14. wow. these are beautiful. I swear abandoned buildings are such an inspiration. They get me feeling some sort of wonderment.

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  15. I loved these so much I got chills! What awesome exploring you're doing!

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  16. Wonderful!! I am so amazed at all the placed you have visited lately Looks like so much fun!

    It is so amazing to visit these old abandoned places. I had the chance to visit an enormous abandoned factory here in Sweden, outside Gothenburg and it was amazing. I took sooooo many photos. If you want to you can see them here: http://lottalosten.com/index.php?tag=Papyrus

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  17. I'm really amazed at how much stuff there is in these old buildings. I thought people would've taken everything by now. I'm pretty sure the old buildings in my country don't have anything left in them.

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  18. The shot of the flowers <3333

    xo Ashley
    thetiniestfirecracker.com

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  19. I looove the shot of the letters and numerals. I'd love to explore an abandoned church someday. Lovely photos!

    http://www.cephalopodsyndrome.com

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  20. Amazing photos! I am pleased you did share them! :) Seems to be so many cool places to explore in Cleveland!

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    1. There really are! Cleveland is treasure trove of wonderful places!!
      :)

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  21. wow! what an amazing space, it makes me feel a bit sad that a community who obviously loved the building are no longer caring for it, I wonder why it was abandoned? is it in a rural area? so many questions !
    http://ahandfulofhope.blogspot.co.uk/

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  22. I am obsessed with your photographs of abandoned places! Seriously so cool. I love the peeling paint in the second one especially-wish there was an abandoned church nearby me, i'll be on the lookout now!

    Little Blue Backpack

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  23. Definitely my favorite 'abandoned' shoot of yours!

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  24. I need to find some abandoned places to explore
    Jordyn
    Pretty Lovely

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  25. This is amazing!! Do you know why it was abandoned by any chance?

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  26. I love these new posts with urban exploring! You will probably get a book deal soon :-) Hope you will post them here though. They are amazing.

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  27. OMG, that place is amazing!

    Singapore does not have locations left like this:-(. And my other home country, the Netherlands, doesn't have a lot of interesting abandoned places either...
    The USA seems to have lots of them; cool!

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  28. Abandoned buildings are wonderful. Do evoke stories in my head. Thanks for sharing

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