Tree Manor

Hot on the tail of our look down The Crypt, we went off in search of a well-preserved old farmhouse in the Belgian countryside. After a few navigational problems we pulled up to quite an understated building in the trees and farmland of the Belgian countryside.

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Being no stranger to trespass, I have to admit the residential and well-preserved nature of the property gave me an almost uncomfortable feeling that the residents had just popped out to the shops and could return any moment.

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Apparently, while I was busying myself up in the attic the rest of the part were being questioned by Belgian police who wanted to know what a group of Brits with expensive camera equipment were doing in an abandoned farm house. I hear that it took quite some time to convince the officer that we had all travelled hundreds of miles to shoot photos of grubby, derelict buildings.

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Thanks for viewing

MrD

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