For Tristan :D
From what little I could find out about this place, this was once a very large home for the time overlooking the Little Blue River (perhaps owned by a doctor) or this was part of the female campus for the State Hospital across the river. This entire nature preserve was once owned and used by the hospital. The main hospital was the first of it’s kind to treat epileptics when before they were jailed or put in general asylums. As the need grew larger, the campus was segregated by the river to also house women. An old county road and rail line intersected the campus, which helped it to become a self-sustaining hospital. When the new hospital was built, the old was used by the local prison. The surrounding property not part of the main campus was closed and donated to the state in the 1970s. The entire main facility was decommissioned within the decade and was stripped down to the bare structure, now a popular place for ghost hunting. This structure, however, is long forgotten.
I wanted to make an apocalyptic wasteland shoot. What I got was standing in the freezing cold essentially throwing snowballs at my most priceless doll and balancing a flashlight and the camera on a freaking plate to keep them dry. Now he’s drying off in that container of rice I posted earlier. Aaaaarrrrrt. x.x
You know how when your cellphone gets wet, you’re supposed to leave it in rice over night to dry?…the same thing goes for tiny bjd robots you’ve wired up with LEDs. X.x But I got a cool photo out of it (to be posted soon), so yay?