Trip to the Nursing Home

Very sad place.

I was intrigued by all of the depressing imagery around the place.

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      2008.12.23 Edited

      this images are so strange. they remind me of that movie "the savages", same hard suffocating atmosphere. #7 shows exactly this feeling. powerlessness

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      2008.12.19 Edited

      Old age is what it's sad anywhere and anyway, and the place reflects the isolation and the loneliness of those persons despite of the care they get....

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      2008.12.18 Edited

      Nicely done..Makes me thankful I'm not there yet and to live each day as a gift.

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      2008.12.17 Edited

      A post to stop and to make you think. Not easy to take such pictures.
      I have seen worst places

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      2008.12.17 Edited

      Wonderful set! I learned how to see things in prepestive from your photography!

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      Your honesty and your respect for those people shows here.
      All very emotional to me, especially #6. I don't really know why...the door, the light...
      Strong post, Makai.

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      . . . and in my personal opinion, the saddest shot of this series is the 3rd one.
      This shot was shaked me from the root. . .

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      Thanks a lot to you for this shots, and in my first attempt I was going to ask you, despite of thousands beautiful places in this world why you had go to a Nursing Home to take these sad shots, that very moment I show the comment of longimanus, and it open my eyes towards a new horizon. Towards a new and absolute thinking.
      Thanks a lot to you both.
      :-).

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      I think it looks sad when looked at with a young eye... sad because we worry ending up there. Its part of life and thanks god there are places like that.

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      this is a very respectful approach to the topic. thank you for that... unusual for a photographer.

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      Excellent set. I used to work in a nursing home, images 1,2,5,6,7 get my strongest votes. Great work.

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      2008.12.16 Edited

      You captured the feel of the nursing home the way it truly is. I really like #7 nicely done.