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An old psychiatric hospital dating back to the late 1920s was built on over 600 acres of property becoming one of New York State's largest institutions. It had…

Some old pipes for heavy oil are always a popular subject for photographers here in Hoboken. For me a 5 min walk from home it is a good place to try out my new…

I recently purchased a lens for my m4/3 camera. The lens is manufactured in China and constructed with all metal construction and step-less aperture. It has…

Leftovers from some old railroadtracks. The texture from this wooden beams got my attention. In the same time I had to keep the link with the railroad, the old…

The cotton mills form an important part of the industrial landscape of many of the northern towns of England and Wigan is no different from those towns. One of…

One of the reminders of the industrial revolution comes in the form of the canals and waterways that criss-cross the countryside. These waterways once carried…

The Inota thermal power plant (formerly known as the November 7 Thermal Power Plant) was one of the largest industrial investments in Hungary in the 1950s. The…

The Inota thermal power plant (formerly known as the November 7 Thermal Power Plant) was one of the largest industrial investments in Hungary in the 1950s. The…

This industrial lime kiln in the Yorkshire Dales was built in 1873 and shut down in 1937. It had 22 burning chambers. Limestone was burned continuously in a…

Just a different type of shot from my normal. Taken way back in 2017. one advantage to being on lockdown, is the time to look through thousands of previous…

Had a walk in the city, still pretty much empty. At the riverside there is a collection from some old cranes used for unloading ships. When walking under them…

Keeping in line with my ambition of "imperfect-pixel-enjoyment" I grabbed my mobile phone and snapped a quick shot of the reflection from my side mirror as I…

Few days ago I have posted my first picture to the one of the photography group on Facebook. I have mentioned in the post how members of this group reacted to…
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