Let’s go swimming!!
Let’s go swimming!!
Urban scenery is the focus of Dutch photographer Niki Feijen’s work. Her collection of photos of abandoned homes, farms, and buildings in The Netherlands is fascinating.
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Look what time has done.
The roof collapsed in this home.
A snapshot in time.
Many homes were simply abandoned with furniture and belongings still in place.
Time removed most of the wallpaper.
Mold & mildew on the ceiling.
Blood at the bottom of the stairs?
Lions and tigers wallpaper in a Hickory, North Carolina home.
Looks brand new.
Laundry room. We’re taking bets how many detergent and bleach bottles can stay on that board before it breaks.
The kitchen has great views of the yard.
Why is there insulation on the kitchen floor?
And in the bathroom too?
Oh, that’s why. The ceiling fell down.
Same problem in another house.
Fallen insulation in the bathroom too.
There’s the hole in the ceiling. The photo caption states there was water damage.
It’s never been cleaned.
Original carpet from 1960? [Baltimore, Maryland]
This bathroom needs one of those cute signs:
We Aim To Please
You Aim Too, Please
Disgusting pool of urine at the base of the toilet. Gross.
You might be in disbelief, but these are actual real estate promotional photos of an actual home for sale in Chandler, Arizona.
Mommy cat gave birth to several kittens recently. She’s feeding them next to a baby crib.
Here’s the baby crib. Let’s refer again to the photo above. Dirty, soiled carpet, damaged drywall, and cat dander.
Outside we see two puppies. With gas canisters nearby. Those eyes are so sad looking.
The patio is filled with junk.
And more junk!
Messy room inside.
Soiled carpet. I hope the baby doesn’t crawl on that.
Dirty carpet in another room.
Stuff piled up in the garage.
There is a bed in the garage! The garage door has a Dallas Cowboys poster and a sign that reads, “cat/kitten crossing.”
It’s no surprise that the driveway is dirty too.
Wet bar in a Tolleson, Arizona home. The sign reads, “Slow Grandparents At Play.” Are the grandparents slow or do they want us to slow down?
Grandpa sure likes his girls to be young. In real estate, DOM means Days On Market. In this case, DOM means Dirty Ol’ Man.
Baltimore, Maryland home for sale. It’s been on the market for 6 years! Here’s why. Check out the grease running down the wall!!!
They have a fireplace. Plus stained wallpaper. Furniture included with full price offer.