Abandoned Factory

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  1. Danimal_Inc

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    Went to an abandoned factory a while ago and i picked some pics that i believe fit this category

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    thanks for looking and c&c's please


     
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    Your a brave soul to walk into an old creepy factory. Nice shots though!!!! I always love this stuff!!!!!
     
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    haha thank you!

    i was with another photographer plus i had my tripod as a weapon!:lol:
     
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    Oooh creepy. I can't tell what that writing says though...
    Always remember to bring a firearm when taking photography in creepy places....lol?:thumbup:
    But good job.
     
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    "the thinkgs you own, end up owning you"
     
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    exactly:mrgreen:

    here's some more wiritng on the wall...im going to go back because there was creepy stuff written all over the buildings

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    Very cool. Great series.
    I love to wander in old buildings. I found an old house last year that was totally dark inside. The only way I could see was to fire the flash every so many feet. I made my way to the stairs, and up to the second level. When I got to the master bedroom, I found a fully furnished room, with a dryed up water bed. Kinda creepy. I grabbed a few shots, but they did not turn out, cause of the bad lighting and blown out flash.
     
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    well i have three more shots from the set, i might as well post them

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    i think kids busted a waterline and flooded this entire room

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    Wow...I would love to see this place. You captured some really great images.
     
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    i like these a lot. lots of contrast. i would like to see more of these in color too!
     
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    i actually shot all the black and whites, in black and white mode on my camera, i wanted to see what it would be like to shoot most of the time in an abandonded building in black and white
     

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