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House Abandoned Empty Broken Ruins Rundown Overgrown Weeds Grass  Photograph - Empty Dreams  by Dianne  Lacourciere

Empty Dreams is a photograph by Dianne Lacourciere which was uploaded on March 7th, 2013.

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Very cool looking

Very cool Dianne! Love these old places. Voted

Reminds me of my grandmother's house! Totally amazing work! V/F B-) ~ Linda

Thanks Linda for your lovely comment.I like it when a photo brings back memories of similar places.Thanks for the V/F B too :))

Everyone has seen this scene at some point and you are absolutely spot on with the title. I always wonder what the story of the home, the family is behind the rundown exterior! Treatment captures that feel. vf

Thanks Karen for your lovely remark

..."as it evokes"... typo in my previous comment!

I always love pieces like this, as it evoke curiosity of how it looked and was maintained in the past. v

Thanks Betsy for your lovely comment

Lovely processing of this old farmhouse, Dianne. It feels like a watercolor. vf

Thanks Mary for your kind words & vf :))

A wonderful piece--I love old and rustic :) V/F

Thanks Annie for your lovely comment

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