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After four years another ruin:

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Bix Old Church at Bix Brand is the only ruined church in Oxfordshire. This is the the medieval church of St James abandoned in 1875, and the site has changed somewhat over the years. It is now stable and made safe, but a few years ago it was almost totally obscured by vegetation.











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From a recent excursion into local history...

















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A fight until the bitter end


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Archeological site at Perge, Turkey. A99, Sigma 18-35, 20mm, F8.

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San Gian church outside Celerina (Switzerland): the towers are ruins but the main ship of the church has been restored and is used for concerts:


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This is the ruined remains of a folly called Mow Cop Castle in Staffordshire, England. Perched high on a rocky ridge of land with views for many miles in all directions.

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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

It almost looks like a jailhouse


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It almost looks like a jailhouse
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Bob Socko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 February 2013 at 23:40
This was a ruined home on an island just off the coast from Mazatlan, Mexico. Shot with the a850 and probably a KM 28-75mm f/2.8.


DSC07870 by Kelly_Davis, on Flickr

An abandoned industrial building of some sort about 90 miles east of Boise, ID. Shot with the a77 and the Sony 16-50mm f/2.8.


DSC04909 by Kelly_Davis, on Flickr
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The facade of a once high class and plush beach resort on the Knokke Boulevard


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