would be cool, it was built by one guy clarence shcmidt in the middle of a forest near woodstock, but it burnt down due to the high temperatures and all the reflective glass and roofing tar. the garden is full of old shit picked from dumpsters
This image has also appeared on 4chan with a caption claiming that the two figures were stranded during a mishap/fire breakout, and that a helicopter could not possibly rescue them, and so they just burnt up there.
This seems bogus on multiple levels. First, the windmill is a smooth, slippery surface, so even if the fire reached you, instinct would eventually push you off rather than just cooking there while alive and in pain. second, it's got to occur to you pretty rapidly that maybe falling a few hundred feet offers a much better chance of survival than burning alive. Third, the helicopter could easily dangle a ladder IMO, but not knowing safety details, that's the one I won't question.
Now that you mention it, the idea of "staging" the photograph inside a fish tank makes a lot of sense.
We often associate photography with snapshots, "authentic" random moments, etc. And now that photoshop has been around forever, we take image manipulation more for granted than ever before. However in the late 80s/early 90s there were a bunch of "art" photographers who would intentionally stage scenes or build sets, only to take a great big photograph of them. And that was how they practiced their art.
One of these was Cindy Sherman. The above picture really /feels/ like a Cindy Sherman, but I dunno.
Reminds me of the ending of Race with the Devil.
You gonna be the one that saves meeeeeeee
I found these pics a few years back, and haven't found the source since...
Reminds me of a place I drive by everyday. The guy has his entire front yard filled with random rusty ols strange stuff like that. Porcelain dolls in glass boxes and teddy's on refrigerators and just random complete random chaos of things. I love it
Took these pictures at the beginning of January. Me and a buddy took a field trip out to White Cemetery (Illinois) and it's suppose to be very haunted.
This one I forgot to hold my breath for, but it looks spooky
I'm not super attuned to supernatural stuff. Just kinda casually interested for fun, but my buddy said the air was "too still", and didn't have a "restful, peaceful feeling, like most graveyards do".
This one has an interesting shape coming off the gravestone
I don't know why but something about this is really off-putting.