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Unfortunate Endings

6 Sep 2020 10:40PM   Views : 517 Unique : 330

Today a fairly upbeat, hopefully, look at how things sometimes have unfortunate endings. I've tried to avoid the obvious broken down buildings and look for something a bit more quizzical. It goes back to the basic idea of looking for photographic themes and projects, which are always a fantastic way to finding more inspiration. There's a whole world of ideas out there, so it's just a matter of grasping them and turning them into something tangible. So, unfortunate endings......

Something that started out as a great looking idea, but soon ended in a stuttering engine that brought it all to a halt.
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A sad end for this car, which once was new and sparkling.
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An airy and light bathroom.
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Once a new lens, but a new lens no more.
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Potentially an undesirable end.
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A derelict boat, but in the middle of the woods. Very strange.
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The fascinating interior of a derelict bothy on the Isle of Skye. Who lived there? Why did they abandon everything?
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A remote hide that seemed a reasonable prospect from its interior, but looked rather more dubious when I went round to look at how it was built.
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