Ele n'est pas a vendre comme le bus orange!
Looks like there are many of these abandoned houses in Florida. On one hand it's sad, cause it is wasteful that vacant houses are left to decay. On the other hand they are great photo subjects.
"There is a time when you must leave the clothes, which already has the shape of our body, and forget our ways, we always lead to the same places. It is the time of the passage: and if we dare not do it, we have been forever outside of ourselves."(Fernando Pessoa - my favourite Portuguese Poet!)Well my friend, this place could be restaured because it looks very interesting and I bet it had glourious day at its past.Or better, this place could be use as a community park or something like that. Maybe it is about some context judicial, like hummm I can not find the right English word, as "disputes of heirs by inheritance" ( ? ) .HugsLéia
hahahaha...... seriously wats the mystery behind these dish'es in abandoned houses... i cant figure nything....but I am lovin these pics...regards
@ Leia - I love the poetry! Very meaningful. And yes, the property could be the middle of a dispute...but it's been like this a long time...there are many of these abandoned homes out in the forests of Florida..
It's all about priorities n'est pas??V
At least the dish tells you that in the not too distant past, someone lived there and called it home.
Abandoned houses, temporary shelters, while the forest cultivates his time...
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