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August 24, 2010

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Kitty

Bullet Riddled Bull! also, just want to point out the (maybe) obvious, but Doorway to the Netherworld looks like a vagina.

Joey Mabile

Gotta go with "Abandoned Cotton's Holsum Bread Factory", CoKane. My recent string of rotten luck turns ... RIGHT NOW! :-)

Charles Elliott

"Saggy Pink Houses For You and Me" reveals the everyday abandoned building in BR: the ABR that still "lives among us" like some staggering creature in an old horror film. Fine photograph beyond the local locale.

Trish Brumfield

Bricks Growing Beards is my favorite print! It looks like the glass panes are different colors. Just beautiful!

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andrea

Checked out your etsy shop yesterday and reaaally liked Hank's Room... excellent shot!

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Hard to choose, but Abandoned Cotton's Holsum Bread Factory is my favorite. At the moment.

Elizabeth

My favorite - Hank's Room, of course. yeah Hank!!

Kirsten Zinser

Shovel at Abandoned Sugar Mill

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Doorway to the Netherworld 8x10 Photo Print is terrific,I love the way you shot that picture! It's dreamy and secret garden lovely!
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Laura

This is my favorite:
Abandoned Ground-Level View of Huey Long Pool

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I like the bullet riddled bull antique sign.

Carolsue

My favorite is the Bricks Growing Beards 8x10 Photo
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JAK

The one I like the best is the Doorway to the Netherworld 8x10 Photo Print

Brigitte

My favorite is the one showing the front of Leo's Roller Rink. I am a child of the 70's and 80's in Baton Rouge, and the "new" Leo's was my babysitter several nights a week. Brings back so many memories.

RoPo

Doorway to the Netherworld - no doubt! One of my all-time favorites of yours.

Kara

congrats on the etsy and these are fab!

i love leo's and cotton's but my fave is EVERYONE IS A. OK

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debbie

I love the Doorway to the Netherworld one! Your work is fantastic.
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Amber King

Feeble, eh? Yeah, I have been known to be feeble at times. That said, Holsum rules!!!

melanie bryan

shovel at the sugar mill definitely, love the subject and composition

melanie bryan

jimmy swaggart dorm's has significance for me. had friends that planned to attend before the dust up. like the way it seems endless

Keryl

I have to go with Abandoned Cotton's Holsum for a lot of reasons. The green of the grass against the building...the blue of the sky with the clouds floating by. And of course as a child I remember riding by and smelling the bread baking. Beautiful photograph Colleen!

Annie clark

So many good ones - have to go with bullet riddled bull. Now I just need to find it for myself!

Becky

As a native of Baton Rouge, Alex Box Stadium has a deep sentimental value, as does HPLong Pool, and Leo's. But as a native of Baton Rouge, it'd be too depressing to look at those prints on a regular basis. So I'd vote for Doorway to the Netherworld. Ironic don't you think?

Charles Elliott


Bullet Riddled Bull Antique Sign sums up so much about Baton Rouge

Joe

This site is fantastic! I used to live in the area, and I was frequently amazed/curious/frightened by the abandoned buildings and things that seemed to show up in the most unexpected places. (Huey P Long pool on LSU campus) I took pictures of a lot of them, but only from the outside. I never had the nerve (or motivation) to actually get inside, although now I wish I had.

Oh, and although it's too late, my favorite picture is the doorway to the netherworld.

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Doorway to the Netherworld - no doubt! One of my all-time favorites of yours.

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Nice work :) the best of all...hank's room.

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