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Comet Photograph - Ghost Town Remains by Sue Smith

Ghost Town Remains is a photograph by Sue Smith which was uploaded on April 20th, 2013.

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Oh these ghost towns hold so many stories! Love this scene where nature is reclaiming its land! f/v

Sue Smith replied:

Thank you, Elizabeth! This town is a favorite of mine and does indeed hold many, many stories.

Thank you very much, Susan!!! I appreciate your kind comment and support!!!

i love this!! fv

This is so good! Love the place and the picture! V.

Sue Smith replied:

Thank you so much, Marco, for your kind comments!

Many thanks to Elusive Moon Studio for featuring this photo in the Forgotten by Time group!

What a beautiful presentation and it sure deservers to be on the feature page!! v/f/t

Sue Smith replied:

Thank you so much for your kind comments and vft, Robert!

Wow - what an intriguing scene - I so would love to know about the real people who drove this car and lived in this house... vf

Sue Smith replied:

Thank you, Christy! Your comments, vote, and fave are appreciated! I believe this house was owned by the oldest son of a family of four boys. One of his brothers lived in the house on the left that is mostly on the ground. The barrels on top of the houses were used to heat water for bathing. The car was owned by someone else. He was waiting for a train when he heard a horn. Assuming it was someone behind him wanting him to move, he stepped on the gas and hit the train! The "horn" was the train whistle and the driver of the car lived to tell the story. The chimney was part of a club that burned down.

Wonderful shot of this beautiful place. f / v

Sue Smith replied:

Thank you so much, Andrzej! This is one of my favorite places to photograph!

Ella Char, thank you so much for the feature in the group Your Best Work!!

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