102/365 – Factory

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Architecture, Photography

On Sunday evening (13 April) my photography group was let loose around an old factory in the middle of a deep, dark wood.  The factory, although working, was decrepit and by all accounts a health and safety nightmare.  There were feral cats running amok, great vats of unidentifiable liquids, dust layers three inches thick on every surface, holes in the roof where the water cascaded in, and more creaky, crooked staircases than I care to endure.  I learnt a good lesson on this excursion – when taking long exposures, a small fleck of dust on the lens becomes amplified.




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