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Slave houses near the salt lakes

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Slave houses near the salt lakes

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not very appealing are they Chantal... i saw some ruins of buildings like this along the roads in South Carolina... and didn't know what they were....petersmile
Chantal Huijbregts: They are not, but photographically they are for me...
It's always such a hard thing - remembrances of the sins of the past. Do you tear them down as an aberration? Or do you leave them standing as a memory of what we've done wrong? I have to appreciate though, that you've made art of it.
Chantal Huijbregts: We need to learn from them
My favourite of the series Chantal, a startling but sad subject!
Chantal Huijbregts: impressive for me
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 2 May 2012, 10:35
And now the rich people live there. Upside down world.

I will add this picture to my likeys.
Chantal Huijbregts: they do
Sad but true Chantal.
Chantal Huijbregts: the hard world
I like this Chantal, it projects a number of intense feelings.
Chantal Huijbregts: it sure does Juan
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 2 May 2012, 12:06
Almost looks unreal
Chantal Huijbregts: but real it was back then
These slave houses look very Dutchie in orange. wink
Is that the original colour?
Chantal Huijbregts: They had three camps, a blue one, a white one and an orange one
They look more solidly built than I would have imagined.
Chantal Huijbregts: they were from concrete that is something
  • Anyes
  • canada
  • 2 May 2012, 14:52
If those walls could talk...
Chantal Huijbregts: I wish I knew what they had to tell, awe full stories I think
A grim reminder of the past...
Chantal Huijbregts: Impressive to me
This works very well, nice one Chantal
Chantal Huijbregts: Thanks John
Une jolie perspective !
Chantal Huijbregts: Merci
Pretty basic! But better than what many had to tolerate!
Chantal Huijbregts: yes, I know, there is always worse
Remember to never to repeat ...
You have done an excellent job Chantal...
Chantal Huijbregts: Indeed, we can learn from this

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