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originally posted by: tom.farnhill
a reply to: Tangerine
ok i took another look at the photos , i did not see any rot what i did see was dead flies on the window bottom sash or the remains of a spiders dinner , the absence of heavy dust is easy to explain away , if you was about to take a photo of objects that had heavy dust on them i am sure you would simply waft a card or news paper over it first so as to get a clearer photo
photographers are not forensic scientists all they want is a good picture.
i am not trying to be pedantic but if you look again and with regards as to what i have said , i think you will see that i am making sense.
originally posted by: CJCrawley
Not disputing that it might be faked (heck, how should I know?) but why would anyone go to the trouble...for the sake of a so-so news item?
Any of you actually been to Wales?
Abandoned buildings in pretty good nick aren't exactly unique.
Farmhouse found frozen in time
originally posted by: Tangerine
a reply to: DjembeJedi
This looks like a set designer has been at work on a film. I don't find it credible. Too stagey.
originally posted by: IShotMyLastMuse
a reply to: DISRAELI
If the content has been re-arranged, for photography purposes, that doesn't stop it from being genuine content.
I know it's just personal taste, but i disagree. i rather see pictures that might not look esthetically as pleasing but do represent reality for what it is, i rather see an honest representation than i stylistic one, especially if we are talking about a building or something like that, but again, just my personal preference.
He seems to have served in the navy, probably during World War II, as there was a navy belt buckle and a few photos of warships and navy personnel - unfortunately they were a bit too far gone to photograph! Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk... ft-hanging-up.html#ixzz3RkyPef6E Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
On the contrary, that is a violation of journalistic ethics. It was presented as being photographed as it was found and it wasn't.