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    decaying homes, buildings, and factories

    abandoned places? Click here

    This is a must see!:eek:
    -http://iwasink.com/-
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    i love u too:hearts: :hearts:.... i mean... no... i don't!!!

    Ur wlecome davi. great pics huh?
    -http://iwasink.com/-
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    Last edited by Waylon; February 23rd, 2003 at 06:43 AM.
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    YES ITS CHEATING!:mad:

    naah! im just kidding:p

    Anything topic related is welcome. I especially love the one's with all the weird pipes and stuff. Post more if you got em!
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    thanks for posting

    Thank you all for the links, it has been - pardon the expression- a visual orgy of sorts. I love industrial pics, I don't why. Waylon, your collection is fantastic, I found several to be absolutaly breathtaking ( and I mean that in a good way and not the Sienfield way ) I hope you do more and share them with us. Thanks again.
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    hey I.was.ink does this photographer is really mad to go in such places???
    but your right this site is now in my favorites, so thanks:chug:
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    Just put a new industrial gallery online. The factories aren't decaying THAT much, but I figure the link fits best in this thread anyway.

    http://www.waylon-art.com/galleries/16/
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    I was ink i own you a thank you. I have been in search of some images to start my new art project. This link has everything i have been looking for. so thank you
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    I was ink i own you a thank you. I have been in search of some images to start my new art project. This link has everything i have been looking for. so thank you
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    good god.....


    thanx guys...these links kick major ass:chug:


    hahaha, too...many...pictures...
    conceptual....overload *bzzzzttt*:electric:
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    Another interesting link for Post-Apocalyptic references :

    Chernobyl in pictures

    Someone visited the radioactive zones in Chernobyl and took photos.
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