Second floor in an abandoned house
We moved and finally got the books off the floor. Only a few more bookshelves to set up 😅
Found in the former Roman camp – Vindolanda – in England, bath clog, which was worn not to get burned from the hot floor in the bathhouse. [720×405]
After stacking in the floor for months, I found the perfect bookcase.
The Floor Is Lava!
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Volcanic cave opening up to collapsed forest floor. Pico, Açores. [OC][3633×5450]
Abandoned house in Glasgow with stores in ground floor still open [4032×3024]
A floor to ceiling library I had custom built.
The moisture in the floor caused the finger-jointed boards to buckle
This wet floor sign in a British Shopping centre
Abandoned brickyard in NRW Germany. The floor on the top level is already caving in. [OC]
They wont have to peel you off the floor if you pay attention to the sign
Mike Doyle stands on the floor of the US House and says, “I did not come to Congress to work for Internet Service Providers.”
The Crowsnest Pass valley floor and Crowsnest mountain in the background. I find the shadows of the clouds give it some size perspective. (OC) (4000 X 3000)
RURAL KENTUCKY ABANDONMENT: “Gingerbread House” formerly owned by a surgeon. Apparently there was an operating table on the second floor.
Hong Kong Island’s side of Victoria harbour from the perspective of IFC 2, 55th floor.
Roman floor mosaic showing doves drinking water. Object currently located in Naples, National Archaeological Museum. [564×572]
Walking in a plexiglass pool on 40th floor. [640×640]
Walking in a plexiglass pool on 40th floor.
False floor in a stope of an abandoned mine from the 1800s in Cornwall, UK.
Abandoned bank in the midwest, vault floor was flooded :/ lobby still gorgeous though [4000×6000][oc]
They’re about to drop the hottest mixtape ever onto the floor by knocking it off a table
Ancient sea floor. Found in Missouri.
Caption reads in part, Modification of Dry Dock #3, Completed floor looking south. Installing blocks and adjusting mechanism. Oct. 4, 1946. – Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Drydock No. 3. [5000 x 4034]