September 22, 2018

Tour Report: The First House on the Left

Here's the next report from the tour through Denmark I took in April of last year together with my wife and our friends Pixelcracker and Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland. We had finished exploring the first two spots we had planned and were on the road to the third spot on our list.
As we took the turn onto the road where the "House of the German" (the planned spot) was located, we spotted another obviously abandoned house. It was the first house on the left, hence the rather unimaginative title of this report ;)
Two spots. One on each side of the road. We had some trouble deciding which one to explore first. We went for the one we spotted first, so we parked by the side of the road and gathered our gear.
A lot of the abandoned houses we explored in Denmark have had their front or back doors unlocked. It was no different in this case, so it was really easy to enter.
The house wasn't as spectacular as we had hoped - there wasn't any furniture left and the decay wasn't as advanced as we'd expected.
But there still were some nice shots to be taken - my personal favorites were two old liquor bottles standing on the window sills on the upper floor.
We didn't spend too much time in the place, and when we were finished, we just had to walk across the street to check out the next spot - so stay tuned for my next report :)

To check out all the photos of this neat little place and to find more galleries, click the button below.

1 comment:

  1. Having encountered this website for the first time, I have no idea about its background; why were these seemingly inhabitable buildings just abandoned?


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