Blinded by the Light

1513 Holt St., Fort Worth, TX 76103

I assume there’s a house in this photo, but all I can really see is the unnaturally glowing sky.

1513 Holt St., Fort Worth, TX 76103

Bonus: we even get the same blinding light effect inside, too!

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Marty E.

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4 Comments on "Blinded by the Light"

  1. What a sad little place… Perhaps the glare is The Light the house is going into, aka Sad Little Place Heaven? Hard to tell if a can-do attitude would be enough to provide sad little place CPR, given there are only 4 pictures available and one of those looks like it’s just looking down the street, not at this house.

    Speaking of looking at this house, it’s kind of a mystery how they were able to achieve glare inside, seeing as how the one exterior photo shows no windows whatsoever. Things that make ya go “hmm…”

    But at only $70K all you’d really need are a viable underlying structure and a half-way decent neighborhood. And a working knowledge of sad little place CPR, or maybe only dwelling place physical therapy…

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  2. It’s even got a Sad Little Tree – the dying one on the overgrown lawn, shown in the second listing photo oriented down the road… and doubtless meant to show a sample of the neighborhood, as that suggests a selling point. :D

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  3. @anodean: Indeed, that is one sad little tree. The weeds, however, look damn glad to meet you.

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  4. And now we see why HDR was invented. Although some agents get extreme with it, a moderate treatment of HDR photography can really create some helpful listing photos.

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