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Abandoned Camp
Philadelphia

Not far from the Green Pool I found a campsite that has evidently had more than one tenant.  Some of the furnishings may have come from the nearby Philadelphia Northwest Recycling Center.

Copyright: Thomas k sharpless
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Tags: camp; homeless; woods; towers
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