Looking Up

When exploring abandoned places you should first and foremost take care of your own safety and then you should look in all directions.  There may or may not be interesting things to photograph in some directions but you won’t know that until you explore.  I began looking at and around the pillars that were previously featured and then followed them up to the interesting ceiling.  I wonder what was once hung from and by the looks of the second image slid around this ceiling back in it’s heyday?

For a great post about photographing abandoned places check out InfraredRobert

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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. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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9 Responses to Looking Up

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Do you know the history of the building? Off-hand they look like curtain tracks.

    • There isn’t a thing identifiable on the outside of the building but someone local sent me a link and this building “may” have been part of a complex that did flooring and then aluminum manufacturing. It also may have extruded rods of uranium as part of the Manhattan Project (which the employees did not find out about until after WWII).

  2. bulldog says:

    interesting old building… maybe you should do a bit of research as to what it was in the past…

  3. It feels like going to fall anytime soon! Nice shot Teri!

  4. Son of Sharecroppers says:

    Very cool.

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