Abandoned in the woods of Indiana, this unusual dome-shaped cabin is all that remains of a once-active campsite. Follow along with us as we explore this neat, but ruined building.
|Attached to the dome house is this screened in porch.|
|View from porch, looking downhill.|
|Close up of dome. Note the unusual windows.|
|Quote from Sonnet XVII, by Pablo Neruda.|
|Large skylight, located at the top of the dome.|
|A similar hole, leading the the first floor.|
|View, looking uphill.|
Like the dome, the lower has been trashed too. This is quite sad.
|Apparently, someone dislikes drywall. Damn.|
|I always learned is as "fight or flight." I was wrong it seems.|
|Cleanliness is next to godliness. Unless its next to a sink, in this basement.|
|In front of the cabin is a picnic table and firepit. Strangely, they haven't been mauled.|
|A final departing shot, taken from the same angle as the first shot. However, it was taken with a different camera, and looks sort of green. Little stuff like this does affect your photos, and accordingly the result of your photo session.|
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