Monochrome Monday – The Spiderweb in the Glass

I don’t know when it grabbed me but I am so addicted to urban decay photography.  I can spend hours wandering around abandoned places and finding the amazing in them.  In this case I revisited an old warehouse that I had photographed just one side of a couple of years ago.  Happily it was still there and hadn’t been re-purposed into anything else unlike it’s neighbor across the street which was now a new hipster restaurant.  This time I walked completely around the building and discovered many of it’s wonders which I will be sharing with you.

This was one of the windows on a lower level which had been shattered into a spiderweb like pattern…ideal for the upcoming Halloween.

Spider Window 9151


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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography.
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19 Responses to Monochrome Monday – The Spiderweb in the Glass

  1. That is a totally cool picture! Creepy, but not. Love it!-Ashley

  2. Lignum Draco says:

    As long as you’re safe whilst doing it. There’s mould and other stuff on the floors and in the air of those kind of places.

  3. Son of Sharecroppers says:


  4. chrisrenney says:

    This is so interesting. Love what you see and how you commit it to image.

  5. Cool shot – Photographing decaying buildings is a lot of fun. You can get some great images.

  6. bulldog says:

    Who would think to take a picture of that… only Teri… and then… it’s just brilliant…

  7. ChgoJohn says:

    I saw the title and almost skipped this post, chicken that I am. Great capture, Teri

  8. Cindi says:

    That is a fantastic capture, Teri!

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