Sunday, March 22, 2015

Old Idaho Penitentiary



























18 comments:

  1. Wow, what a cool place...your photos are beautiful!

    http://ourruins.com

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    1. thanks, valerie! i thought of you & your blog a little bit in this post :)

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  2. that. is. intense. I can't imagine living in conditions like that. I REALLY like the 6th to last photo.

    Christina
    cityloveee

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    1. thanks!
      yeah, isn't it crazy?
      the hardest thing for me to take in was the condition of the insane asylum.. they had buckets to go to the bathroom in..

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  3. this is really interesting, i would like to visit a place like this..

    xoxo,
    Alice's Pink Diary

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    1. thanks, alice! it was absolutely fascinating.

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  4. Such an interesting place to go to! Is this an abandoned place? Great pictures :)

    Looking forward to see more of your posts. Do you have an instagram account? Maybe we could follow each other. Let me know by leaving a comment on my blog or sending me a request. I'll follow back :) Thanks!

    IG: @shairangelique

    Have a nice day!

    xoxo,
    SHAIRA
    www.missdream-girl.blogspot.com

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    1. thanks, shaira!
      i have an instagram, but i don't use it much.. i'll check your out next time i'm on!
      thanks for your comment!

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  5. Looking at these photos and imagining the lives of the inmates there. No doubt how depressing it was.And there's an invitation to hanging. Like "here goes you when your turn comes". OMG.

    But how it turned out to be an interesting place to visit. I think the untold stories inside those walls added to the appeal.

    Was it eerie?

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    1. Yes!

      I love how you put it: the untold stories inside those walls added to the appeal.

      To answer your question, there were certain parts that were far more eerie than others... death row, for example, gave me the chills. I could almost feel the dark despair hanging over each, now-empty cell.

      Thank you for your comments! I love them so much!

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  6. Really interesting. Such beautiful (and real) pictures of such a daunting place. :)

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    1. thank you, kay. it was a neat experience, that's for sure.

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  7. Stunning pictures. ^^
    New outfit is online...

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  8. wow sounds like an interesting place! I like visiting old historical buildings like these, since you get to learn a lot. And your photos are beautiful as always <3

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    1. thanks!! yeah, i love the stories old places tell.

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  9. this looks like a place walking dead would be filmed in.

    the pictures are gorgeous.

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