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Photographer Dan Circa visited the once cosy home. He said: 'Not a great deal of information is known about this house. There were few documents left inside to be able to do any detective work'
The remote cottage is still full of belongings, from a black and white photograph of a smartly dressed couple to a chest of drawers topped with ornaments.
But a thick layer of dust covers the inside of the forgotten farmhouse in mid-Wales, which has been dubbed the 'Cloud House'.
Photographer Dan Circa visited the once cosy home.
The 31-year-old, of Manchester, says: 'The house is in a remote location, surrounded by cloud topped mountains, which is where it gets its name from.
'There is no accessible road and the land is boggy and usually flooded due to the rain water coming down from the mountains.'
Making his way around the four bedroom farmhouse, he was able to access the kitchen, dining room, front room, pantry and bathroom, as well as the bedrooms.
A man's jacket, accompanied by a walking stick, hung inside one of the four bedrooms, which also featured a dark wooden chest of drawers, home to a collection of pocket watches.
The 'Cloud House' has been abandoned for an unknown number of years, and the identity of the last occupants also remains a mystery.
Mr Circa said: 'Not a great deal of information is known about this house. There were few documents left inside to be able to do any detective work.
An old Land Rover sits on the land, completely wrecked. Mr CIrca added: 'People are generally stunned that places like this exist, but it was very photogenic and had to be documented before it's all gone'.
originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
Beautiful, captured in time and a total monument. Abandoned places/objects are a bit of an obsession of mine, they're better than photographs if one wants to see the past. S + F, hoping it stays untouched
Tangerine, some abandoned interiors can look very pristine depending on the conditions and amount of human/animal activity. Can't say they aren't dusty and stale though.
If the content has been re-arranged, for photography purposes, that doesn't stop it from being genuine content.
originally posted by: IShotMyLastMuse
overall it looks really cool, but i don't know man it looks fake, as in staged, everything seems to have been set up for best visual impact, the one with the glasses especially.
Still, beautiful photography though!