Shot the same day as the previous photo.
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Coming back to AM3 after a long hiatus. I hope to be more active in the coming months.
whaouuu, que j'aimerai trainer dans cette usine !!
30 Jul 2009 5:25am
Oh, I like this one even more. There is something about the quality of that light -- isn't it gorgeous? Each part of the photo has something visually interesting, too. And I love the sky.
30 Jul 2009 5:59am
Lovely, the rusty metal, the sweeping blue skies and the goods train!!! beautifully composed!
30 Jul 2009 6:48am
Really love this, even though abandoned, discarded, or unloved things always give me a sad feeling. The lighting is very special - the clouds are just perfect for the overall mood.
30 Jul 2009 6:56am
The beauty of age. I love the look of rusted metal.
30 Jul 2009 7:28am
beautiful scene and light... is it possible to get into the building?
30 Jul 2009 9:57am
@Zahai: Thanks...I know there was a time when you could get into some of the old buildings, most of which are torn down now, with special permission...but it is now part of a redevelopment project including a Casino, the Sands (now open), luxury resort hotel, shopping, and I think residential. I'm not sure how the economy has affected progress of the redevelopment. The blast furnaces which you see in this photo are supposed to be preserved as historical landmark under the redevelopment proposal.
the light in this is fantastic (although at that time of day you do have to watch out for your shadow!!). I shot here a few months back - something about the old mill is great to take pictures at.....
30 Jul 2009 11:07am
I love this subject.. Can't wait to see more!
30 Jul 2009 11:17am
a very nice composition and great contrast...
30 Jul 2009 12:04pm
Well it's good to know there is a plan for the leftovers of the plant. We would do well to re-cycle a long of our old buildings, malls, marts, and houses and assign new functions and looks to them. So wasteful to just plow them under, and what a cultural loss. Very nice photo, BTW. Shadow and all.
30 Jul 2009 2:43pm
Umm, that would be "re-cycle a lot of our old buildings..."
30 Jul 2009 2:44pm
I love it!!
30 Jul 2009 3:21pm
Outstanding composition. Terrific processing.
30 Jul 2009 4:15pm
A beautiful track for the eye, heading towards unknown destinies in the vastness. Great!
30 Jul 2009 5:53pm
Super shot . Light and processing are awesome !
30 Jul 2009 6:15pm
super cool industrial shot laurie!
30 Jul 2009 6:23pm
Very nice shot!
30 Jul 2009 6:40pm
It is very atmospheric.... the colours are great ... I suspect it also looks great in B&W.
30 Jul 2009 7:19pm
I like this warm light
31 Jul 2009 7:47am
Wow! Stunning light, color and composition....great work!
31 Jul 2009 8:02am
The rich color and light in this is absolutely fantastic!! Such a timeless scene.
31 Jul 2009 12:10pm
An abandoned facility is always a good location for shooting for nostalgic images..great shot!
31 Jul 2009 3:10pm
A fantastic place for taking pics.... another beautifull one...
31 Jul 2009 3:13pm
31 Jul 2009 8:31pm
Brilliant shot. Unusual subjects and so very well framed. I think it's my best shot of the day, today.
1 Aug 2009 3:09am
Great composition - the tracks leading the eyes towards the ruined building! Perfect!
2 Aug 2009 9:42pm
Interesting story about the furnaces and building... time is short for immortalize the past industrial years!
4 Aug 2009 1:54pm
Perspective lines, colours and dramatic light make this a wonderful image.
5 Aug 2009 2:02am
very lovely shot, great image:)!!!
6 Aug 2009 7:21am
Fantastic depth in this photo and a great composition! I love that old building, looks really great and again a wonderful warm light!
7 Aug 2009 4:06am
Love the subjects in this one. I noticed in one of your eaerlier responses that entry into the abandoned mill is highly unlikely. It's a pity as I'm sure it would be a photographer's dream to run rampant throughout its skeleton. I dare say there'd be a few creepy moments as well.
7 Aug 2009 4:52am
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