Shadow Shot: Factory Ruins

I’ve neglected Shadow Shot Sunday almost as much as the owners of this factory neglected their property. And look what happened to that! It fell apart, but in a beautiful, shadowy way.

shadows

woodpile

I like how I didn’t have to do anything to these shots. The light was great and the subject matter was so monochromatic that some of these shots seem sepia-tone.

fallen fence

decaying cardboard

This time last year, my dad was in Jamestown NY for Lucille Ball’s 100th birthday celebration. He captured excellent shadow shots of an abandoned factory. This was my turn. Nothing as cool as what he found though. Just a Seattle warehouse a few weeks before it was razed.

window

ladder

Check out the other shadow shots that people submitted this week.

3 Comments

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3 responses to “Shadow Shot: Factory Ruins

  1. Great shadow shots. I especially like the shot of the ladder, so cool the way it curves.
    Happy Sunday!

  2. You took some beautiful shots of what some people might think is a pile of rubble. Love the ladder!

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