Photography Abandoned Mill (Edit) Posted on June 30, 2015March 22, 2017 by Thomas Slatin January 2015Abandoned MillSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWooden Goose Next PostGoose (Edit) 23 thoughts on “Abandoned Mill (Edit)”It looks a bit creepy, Ideal to film a horror movie scene.Loading...ReplyWhere I’m from, we believe in haunted places. This looks like one of that!Loading...ReplyThis is such a big plant. I hope the machineries still works though.Loading...ReplyMost seen in horror movies, so creepy. The color looks really abandoned, nice shot.Loading...ReplyI like this edit. It is minimalistic yet powerful.Loading...ReplyQuite a few jobs must have been lost when the mill shut down. Such is the sad state of the economy.Loading...ReplyI wish I knew why the mill was abandoned. That’s such a wasted investmentLoading...ReplyNice job on the framing of this photo. The effect is very cool.Loading...ReplyThe scene has an eerie feel to it. That may be because of the filters on the photo thoughLoading...ReplyWhat could have made this mill abandoned? Still looks so cool and fit. Maybe the pandemic caused this temporary close up. Lovely pictureLoading...ReplyThe blue hue augurs well for the image. It brings out its industrial nature.Loading...ReplyThe effect used doesn’t even make it obvious that the mill is abandoned. Lovely angle, a perfect picture. I love the outputLoading...ReplyThis is basically resources gone to waste. I blame it on poor planning.Loading...ReplyThe mill should be revived. From the looks of it, it can still function.Loading...ReplyIs that snow on the ground? The photo must have been taken during winter.Loading...ReplyThe mill looks tiny. I have seen much bigger ones in my time.Loading...ReplyI like the irregular styled frame. It looks very grunge.Loading...ReplyDo you travel a lot or does this picture and the other creepy, abandoned buildings are located in the same state or city? This place is ideal for creepy and horror movies.Loading...ReplyHi Conrad! I travel almost all the time, and will soon be taking my travels to an international scale, outside of The United States.Loading...ReplyIf the gray hue made it old the violet ish background made the photo eerie??? As if it is saying something bad will happen if one goes in. It creeps me out but that is the point right?Loading...ReplyI love travelling most of the time. I will start travelling soon to see exotic places like these.Loading...ReplyIt looks abandoned. You can see it from a far.Loading...ReplyI love this shot! It gives me an eerie feeling. The effects and the vintage style is just perfect. Can be a thumbnail for a documentary. Nice.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.