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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Repost: Georgia on My Mind

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10/21/14: Photographer Alex Doomer ventured over the crumbling threshhold to capture these amazing photographs of this 4-story beauty. With views of the Black Sea and all this style, it’s hard to imagine anyone abandoning it. I certainly couldn’t have walked away.

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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

10 thoughts on “Repost: Georgia on My Mind

  1. I can’t imagine leaving this property either. I’m sure the backstory is compelling.

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  2. The owners died and they left no heirs? The maintence cost were more then anybody could pay? The repair costs were just too much. With all that said, it is a beautiful old place but does it have electric? Finally is it for sale? If it was in the USA, code enforcement could prevent it from being rebuilt/repaired. Hal

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  3. These kind of things just break my heart. If walls could talk I wonder what they would say.

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  4. What a beauty! It would probably cost more to repair than raze and rebuild–which would be even more shameful to do.

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  5. lovelovelove 😀 Between the art nouveau and art deco windows and doorways, i’d guess 1920-1930s?

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