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house move

house move

traaaart This photo was shot on film. Taken by traaaart with a Minolta XG-M loaded with Kodak Tmax 400 film in Greensboro, NC, United States. These tags describe this photo: tmax, 400, and expired. Date: 2012-02. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album House move No.1.

3 comments

  1. sommer

    sommer

    I didn't know that to move a house could be possible!!

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  2. ohpleasedontgo

    ohpleasedontgo

    Really impressive pictures. It's so weird to see a whole house being moved like that.

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  3. bloomchen

    bloomchen

    great! how far did the house travel? relatives of girlfriend live in finland directly at sea and in the last years in spring the water came to close to the house - it was completely surrounded even though they build it about 50m away and a bit higher. so they decided to lift the house but i guess the finnish build wooden houses in a completely different way so it took them about 2 years - well, they did all on their own - to lift it for about one meter or a little bit more. it´s impressive to see how "easy" it can be done.

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