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House Photograph - Who Walked The Halls by Emily Stauring

Who Walked The Halls is a photograph by Emily Stauring which was uploaded on March 2nd, 2011.

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Thank you Alessandro, very appreciated!

Your art is great, I love the angles and lines of horizont you choose for your shot. My compliments!

Thanks!!!

Nice one.. very suggestive.

Thanks everyone!!

Laughing at Sharon's comment - I, too, have a tendency to "wander" around! Well done, I really like the finishing on this image. Very effective.

I thought I was the only one crazy enough to explore inside abandoned buildings, what a wonderful shot it netted you Emily.

Love this photo in all ways and the browns and blues and lighting are fantastic. Instant fave.

Hi Emiy J...This is a great location and you have great light. Isn't it wonderful when the light and an interesting subject are both in front of you at the same time...Bob

Thank you Robert!!!! That means a lot!!

Thanks so much everyone!

Well discovered and excellently photographed, Emily. Only light remains in what once must also have been filled with life.

Emily, great work...beautiful work of art...

Wow! This is amazing, Emily!

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