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    Urban Exploration from Scotland

    Greetings photography appreciators!
    I have come to share with you some of my 2.5 terabytes of photography archives!
    This summer I went to the magical country of Scotland to capture abandoned castles, mountains and ancient churches as textures for my Webcomic Romantically Apocalyptic WWW.ROM.AC.

    Enjoy!

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    Let me know if you want more or if these are too big for CA (I usually provide these as wallpaper sized per people's demands)

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    Wow, this is some really cool stuff you have seen! Great, great photos and it seems like an amazing adventure. Wish I could have experienced that haha. Thanks for sharing

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    Yeah, these are some really good finds! The first one is my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wawlden View Post
    Yeah, these are some really good finds! The first one is my favorite.
    thank you!

    MOAR:
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    Whoa! :o
    Quite the unique point of view. My eye easily bounces from one window full of bright light to the next until I see the top.

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    a lovely fireplace.
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