The mantra ‘location, location, location’ often concerns buying a house, but some owners would do well to apply it to their photography.
Should one, for instance, locate the camera in front of a fossilised garden chair? An overflowing ashtray? An elderly relative hustling out of shot? Has thought been spared for the location of that dirty underwear? Those psychedelic curtains?
Out of touch with reality, less Rankin and more plain rank, some of the worst offenders should perhaps consider relocating to another industry. Luckily for us, they haven’t yet.
The mystifying property photographs gathered here are an endless source of confusion, confusion, confusion, frustration, frustration, frustration and, perversely, satisfaction, satisfaction, satisfaction.
A collection of the most baffling, terrible property photos ever taken.
The interior of the Millennium Falcon was something of a disappointment.
“Okaaay, thanks for coming everyone. First item on the agenda: Timmy’s birthday party – what went well / areas for improvement…”
The Andersons were so proud of Emily’s Year 4 scores, they had her stuffed.
Classifieds: Bovine scarecrow dressed as middle-aged woman looking for bovine scarecrow dressed as middle-aged man for fun times and maybe more 😉
The basement from which Alberto ‘Il Bambino’ Veccarelli ran his feared and brutal criminal empire.
The quality of National Geographic’s wildlife output seems to have deteriorated.
Homes comes complete with a brand new, 52″ flatscreen window.
Whether it’s high or drunk, there’s absolutely no excuse.
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