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    Swamplawn Plantation c.1857. This will be the last of my Halloween specials. This is an old photo taken in 2005. I posted an unprocessed version of this photo about 9 months ago. This house is for sale. Martin County, NC.

    Marty Hogan, Leo Hohmann, Onasill, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. mosbysraid 54 months ago | reply

      Wow! I need you to teach me some of your "postprocessing" tricks! This makes for a much stronger image than the original!

    2. Onasill 54 months ago | reply

      Just right for Sunday. Esquite presentation. Congrats.

    3. History Rambler 54 months ago | reply


      I'll be glad to although I dont really know what I'm doing. I have an old version of photoshop but I mainly use picnik.

    4. @HotpixUK -Add Me On Ipernity 500px 54 months ago | reply

      Wow, great work here!

      Nice shot my friend, have a great weekend!

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    5. ktmqi 54 months ago | reply

      as always very good. Really like the effect in the sky.

    6. Kira- [deleted] 54 months ago | reply

      ooh! How much is it selling for, do you know?

    7. TMSurrattPhotography 54 months ago | reply

      A great angle of view Mark and the treatment is perfectly matched to the visual you wanted to show.

    8. History Rambler 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody!

      It's $89,900 and has 4180 square feet on 5.7 acres. Its in a rural part of the county and sits a good ways off the road.

    9. James B Wheeler 54 months ago | reply

      Great Tones, Wonderful House! Excellent Shot!

    10. Aces & Eights Photography 54 months ago | reply

      The processing is magic. Wowza.

    11. gone girl [ negative-nowhere ] 54 months ago | reply

      the windows are soooo spooky in this old place...the tones and the skeletal tree really give it that Halloween feel :)

    12. mitzs2005 53 months ago | reply

      I actually like the treatment on this. It seems to suit it somehow. You know, that tree is probably as old as that house. It is sad, they both just look tired now. That house has some good bones though. Look how straight it is still standing. I hope someone buy hers.

    13. History Rambler 53 months ago | reply

      Thanks Melinda and mitzs!

    14. <aviary> [deleted] 53 months ago | reply

      beautiful. love the treatment.

    15. malai mavino@850 51 months ago | reply

      Your Click Exceptionally 'Masterful' A + +Picture !!!
      Fantastic Composition and Skillful!!!****'Picture-Perfect'***
      Capture is Really Brilliant! I Love this hard Work is Excellent..
      Is Showcase' your 'Remarkable Work You are really great capture, Just wonderful feeling there..Beautiful processing..i love it my wonderful friend …
      Have a lovely week to you and your family..
      I would really appreciate your views on my picture!!!

    16. dustin.farnum 51 months ago | reply

      Stunning Reclamation!

      Thanks for posting to Nature's Reclamation.

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