There are details in this photo that capture you immediately when you first look at it. The crown behind the bed, the hanger, tracks on the chair, plant particles on the floor... Only the wall indeed would be a great work of art. I wonder, what kind of an animal slept on the bed, 'cause there are plant particles also on the bed. Place of the chair also makes me wonder why it is there.
That kind of photos concentrate you more on the ackground of it, but not the photographing process. That's why my critique seems unrelated.
I wonder why nobody tried to sell that lovely furniture. Beds like that are worth quite a lot, and that huge wardrobe probably would be, too. Seems like someone had to move out of the place in a hurry and there was no time to figure out what to do with the furnishings.
Where did you find this place, it is popular? It has obviously changed since other people came there. At the end of the bed there was a stool with a cat mummy on it and the chair was not there. What was it like when you came?
I appreciate your art, sir. You and i seem to share a common interest in desolation. I would enjoy travelling to a place such as Russia to view some of the soviet era buildings and monuments. Well done.
That beautiful antique furniture!! Just left to rot!! Hey, Camereon, do you ever worry what types of parasites/germs/toxins/carcinogens you are walking into/through in these old abandoned places? I certainly hope you have some sort of disposable PPE (Personal Protective Equipment - medical speak).
LOL. I strongly suggest a snug 3M mask, shoe covers or all-leather sneakers (no netting) that you frequently wash, and MAYBE disposable coveralls. You can get the disposable coveralls for like $2 each some places. You never know when you are putting your health at risk. Just a friendly suggestion, Friend, from someone in the medical field!