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Asylum Photograph - The Asylum Project - Corridor Of Terror by Erik Brede

The Asylum Project - Corridor Of Terror is a photograph by Erik Brede which was uploaded on February 1st, 2012.

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My Personal experience, things I see, hear and smell. I got a loved one in a institution the pain is indescribable. is there a Good???

I just read the story on this picture, and wow its so sad to me what people with mental illnesses had to go through back then. I can only be thankful that there is a little relief for people now through medications, BUT that we are a long way from being where we need to be from getting to the bottom of helping the ones who suffer inside everyday. Thanks for this great Capture.

Another example how art can enrich us by informing in a way that increases sensitivity to that baser side of human nature--all the better to be on guard of the possible than to ignore it.

So evocative of the pain and suffering that went on inside the walls of these places. Fantastic capture, Erik.

Thank you so much Melissa :-)

So much terror and beauty all in one shot. Your eye is unique and compelling.

Thank you very much Gun :-)

Thank you very much Cheri :-)

All the photos in this asylum gallery make such a strong impact on me. So powerful and sad and still such beauty in every shot! You play with light is awesome!

Erik, This series is one of the most haunting and mind-chilling studies that I've ever experienced. For any who have not seen the inside of such an institution, the horror depicted in these photos is perhaps indicative and symbolic of the experience of one of the residents. Voted and my selection for discussion today in the M O U S E Group. v

Stunning image, powerful and scary!! Thanks for your submission to MOUSE! Featured F/V

Thank you so much Sheena :-)

I love the way you capture emotion in your photos....I love your style of work and the visions you create.

Thank you Jon for sharing so much of yourself. Erik

Thank you Cheri, Ms Judi and Janet :-)

Super!

Great work Erik! Congratulations on the Feature in Attic Shivers group! V/F/Featured

Erik, brooding, frightful place - well captured. voted

Thank you so much Don :-) i'm glad you like it.

It just came to me that I think I feel the way I do about your asylum photos is due to the fact that you obviously have all the respect and compassion in the world for the place, and it comes across so strongly in your work. Thank you for all of it. favorite & voted (for Waiting for the Miracle as well, did but forgot to note.)

Thank you Mario :-)

nice ,like it :) v

Thanks :-)

Amazing work! Creepy good! Vote!

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