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The place

By Erdbeerstern
There's a place we can find with no direction
Every choice is stitched in the pattern we sew in time
From the start to the end, we define between
In the nothing there is something we can never see
There's a place we can go if you just stay close to me
- the birthday massacre

Taken in Beelitz Heilstätten, Germany.
Image details
Image size
1600x1067px 1.05 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Shutter Speed
1/5 second
Aperture
F/4.0
Focal Length
28 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Jul 14, 2019, 1:59:05 PM
Sensor Size
10mm
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Kuragari1988's avatar
Schön gruselig. Fiel das Licht von selber so ein?
Erdbeerstern's avatar
Ja, am Licht habe ich nichts geändert. Das war wirklich recht unheimlich..
Kuragari1988's avatar
Das war aber eigentlich "nur" eine Lungenklinik, oder war das auch eine psychiatrische Klinik?
Erdbeerstern's avatar
Soweit ich weiß war es nur eine Lungenheilanstalt!
SwordTiger8888's avatar

EERIE . feels like a movie scene in which a monster should appear or something

Erdbeerstern's avatar
Ohhh yess! :D A screaming monster!
David-Will's avatar
It must be fun shooting these places. I've never found one I could get into.
Erdbeerstern's avatar
It's one of the best things in the world, I ensure you. Most of my tours I did legally with a tourguide called 'go2know'. maybe you have something like that in thailand too? 
David-Will's avatar
I think the way it works here is you bribe someone. :-)
Erdbeerstern's avatar
Hmmm.. probably. But would you dare to?
David-Will's avatar
It's how things get done in countries like Thailand. :-)
Erdbeerstern's avatar
How do you feel about that? I'm eager to know because it happens the other way round in Germany. (And I'm NOT always happy about filling out 10283 different papers to do something)
David-Will's avatar
It does have it's advantages, but looking at it from the big picture a culture that is corrupt is a culture where those with money can do pretty much anything, if they have enough money to pay for it. This means the less money someone has the more disadvantaged they are, even when it comes to services that should be free and available to everyone equally. The first time I encountered this was when I was in my 20's and living in a different developing country. At that time I was repulsed by it. This time around, and much older now, I have realized it is what it is and if I want to get things done I have to accept it, even if I don't like it. The other thing to understand is rules, policies and laws are often in place for the sole purpose of taking bribes. Here, like many places in the world, it's at every level of government, commercial and individuals. Very often things don't get done without someone getting paid to make it happen. It is so common people just think it is normal. They don't realize it works differently in other countries. So when I said I'd probably have to pay to get access to an abandoned building I'm talking about the security guard. :-)
Erdbeerstern's avatar
Thanks a lot for your answer, it's very interesting to see how things work in different countries. I see your / the differences now better than before!And well.. if you'd try to bribe some security guard you could probably be right, I don't think people here would reject it. They're just not as used to it as in Thailand xD 
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ToxicTuba's avatar
I do so much in 3D I thought this is a rendered image for way too long. So I tip my hat for this great composition, it looks so unreal and creepy and the light and main object are really a great capture!
Erdbeerstern's avatar
hahaha :D Thanks a lot! The room I took the picture in was very small so I really had to move around to find the best position. 
onthemoonpoetry's avatar

So eerie! Perfect lighting, too! Great shot!

Erdbeerstern's avatar
Thank you so much!
FlawlessGalaxy's avatar

wow! this is awesome!

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