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paths of fate by otsego-amigo paths of fate by otsego-amigo
abandoned sanatorium in hohenlychen

during WWII the chief of medicine of the sanatorium hohenlychen conducted barbaric human trials on female concentration camp internees of ravensbrück. at the same time hohenlychen was a resort for almost every nazi-headman including hitler, himmler and heß.

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WaffleRyebread May 29, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
WOW! Awesome detail. Your REALLY good at realism.
No you make me want to draw some realism art lol :)
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otsego-amigo Jun 11, 2009   Photographer
thanks a lot for the compliment!
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:iconhelenashman:
I really love how I have been brought into this photo. I stared at it for at least 20 seconds thinking that I was that person making the choice of where to go. It takes a lot to create a photo like that.

Also... strangely enough after looking at each door, I began to believe there were people in the photo. You have made my imagination run, maybe I've just watched too much Most Haunted.
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otsego-amigo Jan 14, 2009   Photographer
thanks so much for these words. :hug: i'm very glad to hear that a picture of me could affect you this way. : )
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taffmeister Nov 23, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Superb work as ever. You really capture the darker side of these historic places.:)
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otsego-amigo Nov 24, 2008   Photographer
thanks very much again! : )
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taffmeister Nov 24, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
No problem my friend.:)
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:iconmrh:
Thank you for the reminder. Madness is never that far away. It's surprising that the German government allows those places to stand. It's good you're documenting them.
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otsego-amigo Nov 19, 2008   Photographer
well, it's part of the history of mankind that should not be forgotten. many of those places are protected as historic monuments in germany.
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:iconmrh:
It's really cool you can get in there and photo them. Especially in the style you are using.
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