Photography Abandoned Mill February 16, 2015 / 24 Comments January 2015 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
Great photography here! I would love to hear the backstory of this abandoned mill. What was its previous role?
That picture looks really old like someone took it from the 80’s or something. Seems like no one is inside the mill. Amazing photography skills as usual. Keep it up!
I think there were not enough resources to continue with this mill or probably the owners went bankrupt, or the market went into a crisis could be the real cause for them to close it.
What happened that this mill become abandoned. But it is a good photography work
You are a very talented photographer. These photos of abandoned mill exactly depicts the age it was built because you use black and white color.
A used to be in a place like this since it is a job here Milling sugar and stuff. I miss it honestly so this makes me feel Nostalgic. Those where the days.
Seriously now, why are projects like this abandoned? I really wish it could start working again, atleast more employment will be added.
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The beauty and age of this mill is enhanced by your skills. I am really happy to come across your site.
What would have caused this mill abandoned? Lack of raw materials or just capital to run. So painful
This picture looks a bit scary, it makes me think of Chernobyl.
Maybe abandoned many years back. By the look you can easily predict it is old.
I am not always happy seeing abandoned projects. I believe when revisited, they will produce more better than they have been.
You are a midas fingers, this photo is excellently taken. I just like the background of it. looking quite cute
An entire mill abandoned. It looks wasteful to me.
This must be a very old photo. The black and white gives it away.
The mill should be repurposed for something else. It may still have some life in it.
Why the two stripes atop the photo? Is that a result of post processing?
Great urban exploration photography! These happen to be my favorite.
You do have a lot of photos of abandoned buildings. I have grown fond of them.
The photo looks rather grainy. I think it is an old one.
Was this scanned? It is not the same quality as most of your other photos.
The snow could have been the cause of the mill being abandoned. I can’t be very sure though.
It looks like a ghost town here. Not a single person in sight!!!
The mill has come to the end of its life. It’s a sad state that awaits everything.