The Abandoned Villa Hector, or the former Abandoned Villa Hector I should say… sadly now demolished :(. Another stop on the 3 men and a little lady European tour, this small little farm house was right beside a really busy road between two towns… getting the nerve up to even go scope out the place took some doing with it being all in open view but we persevered… We’d been told to check the front door so we did… locked! then one of the group headed round back only to be seen moments later signalling for us to join him… we were in!
I really liked the odd retro look to this place! not very large for the main dwelling but still plenty to shoot! No signs of beds they must have been removed, not sure on when it fell abandoned or any details on the owners but they had some unusual taste in ornaments… enjoy the photos:
Others from the European Tour:
Château Gramophone November 2013
Tapioca Farm House November 2013
Prison H15 France November 2013
Schola CLXXV Monastery Belgium November 2013
La Bobbin Belgium November 2013
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En verdad me fascina su trabajo, el conjunto de las fotografías arman una historia de cada espacio en el que habitan recuerdos. Felicidades!!! Saludos desde México!!!
Muchas gracias por tu comentario
In one word, amazing……., you kept some pictures very intimate, as you should, exploring a private residence. Are those people dead and no one picks up their belongings? That is very sad, here in Bulgaria where I am for work (I am Dutch) I find numerous houses like this, pictures of the deceased outside with black ribbons and sealed houses that look like they have been left the same day, except for the dust and decay setting in.
Those houses you speak of sound very very interesting, I quite enjoy residential explores, however they do often carry with them tales of sadness.
All the best
Loving the detail shots here, some amazing retro décor too!
Cheers Mr K You’d have loved that Belgium trip! some stunning residential properties out there! Also lobing the 100d and 40mm combo for the detail 😀
Brilliant photo,s what camera do you use? It is such a shame such charming houses are demolished?
Hi David, I use 2 bodies, a Canon 7D and a Canon 100D and various lenses. And I agree, sadly this one was demolished before I even had chance to process my photos!
All the best PM