Wind and a fast car
I happened on a derelict factory yesterday. It is being restored by an eclectic and somewhat eccentric collector of "stuff". The building itself is stunning for its sense of decay and the stuff is spread everywhere. Feeding and sleeping appeared to take place in and around the various factory shops. Pigeons, swifts and people drifting through... The place appears to be at a conjunction of the Ley Lines. Deep, deep political discussions and maybe a place where the faint hearted would not take a nice shiny Leica..... But I was trusted and given free rein. Here are a couple of images. I could have manipulated the shots by moving things...but didn't. Should I, could I....? Would you?
The car was a treasured possession since childhood.
As I was lining up for the horns someone came by with an offering of wheels, maybe in exchange for lunch.
Leica M240, 21mm Summilux
|Rotting Gracefully by Mond|
from Natural Decay
|attic by wgjohnston|
from In the attic, or in the basement!
|Ox Bow Aspen by McFrost|
from cell phones - nature photographs