Thanks yo! I'm just now seeing this..
Nikon D200.. shot it with my beater macro lens on a manual setting.
Thanks.. I really wish I would have gone into the building before they tore it down.
In answer to Evan's 10 month old post... heh
I was born and raised in West Germany...we had a lot of coal mines there in the 80'ies that got shut down in the mid 90'ies - my buddies and I would go to there and go through the abandoned buildings (the shafts were closed off right away to prevent accidents, but the buildings were still up; except for night time there wasn't any security around) - we mainly walked around doing "I dare you" shit (typical teenager crap), but the weird thing was that some lockers still had lunch boxes and shoes in them, there were old newspapers with crossword puzzles half done, etc. It was just weird, some areas looked like the workers got up and left, whereas others looked completely cleaned up.
They ended up demolishing the whole thing in my hometown (including the miles of tracks for the coal trains + security bunkers...god knows why they were there) to build a huge shopping centre. According to my parents there is barely any evidence left, which is sad since this is what got us out of the financial crisis back then.
Nice ones Dan.. I just found out about an abandoned munitions plant this weekend.. making plans on going in sometime in the next couple of weeks.. I'll keep you all posted.
i was going to try to find a detroit thread for these but when i searched all that popped up was every post VonDada has ever made.
anyways, pretty interesting mini-doc on detroit
I found a few abandoned places in East Boston/Revere over the weekend.. I'll need to find a weekend where I'm not busy with school/house repairs/family with which I can go out and shoot.. I haven't taken pictures of anything other than my daughter pretty much since she was born.