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House Photograph - Once A Home by Ron Haist

Once A Home is a photograph by Ron Haist which was uploaded on February 18th, 2013.

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Thank you Denise !!

Love this!

Thanks James !!

Great find and image. Love the framing. v/f

Thank you so much Barbara !!!

excellent capture....v

Thank You so much Usha.!

Makes me think. You have a great eye for art Ron. voted, and fav.

Thank You Steve !

Boldly composed, Ron! vote

Thank you Stanley....Ron

Thank You Kym...I do feel sad for these forgotten homes and the loving hands that built them......Ron

Nice comp. Looks like a lot of the beach homes destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.

Ron, What a beautiful and well composed photo! It's not just another broken up and deteriorated house! You captured more than that. It feels as though you cared about this place! Really nice work on it, VF

I think this is your best photograph for its emotional content as well as subject, tones, and composition. The framing is also good. So a v/f from me.

Ron Haist replied:

Jeff...I really appreciate your comments...Thank you...Ron

A poignant and fascinating capture. v

Ron Haist replied:

Thank you Carol...Ron

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