When I was young, about 45 years ago, this was a newly built grain storage facility near the railway station of the nearby town where I lived. A wonder of architecture and technology in those days.
Nowadays, it’s still there, but it looks as if it’s severely out of use.
Of course the awful weather of the last weeks does not help. All looks terribly shabby and…. yes, interresting for the photographer.
How can old dilapidated stuff attract photographers like flies?
Structure, contrast, light… the very tools of our trade, are all responsible for the great look of old stuff.
It was a terribly cold evening and my phone (yes, I’m guilty again!) lost it’s charge at an alrming level, at least as fast as my fingers went numb. Nonetheless I managed to make some photos that I like.
But it’s not only the industrial stuff around railway stations that suffer the abuse of time. Houses too tend to be in a sad state.
I simply got to return there some time soon!
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