Category Archives: industrial
I live quite close to a cement factory. At daytime it’s just huge and grey but a night the whole things lights up (like the old Madame La Rue pinball). And the noise is amazing hizzing, fizzing and enormous BOOMs. Spooky as shit.
NIKON D300 (82mm, f/8, 4 sec, ISO200)
Soon a new concert hall will be ready to spread music in the town where I live.
Until then it looks great being built. Even greater on a foggy night
This friday I spent a beautiful, sunny afternoon in and around the closed down Kaas Briketfabrik, that made peat briquettes from 1926 to 1966.
The factory closed down in 1966 and has been falling apart ever since. And now it looks like your own little version of Chernobyl.
Sad really but hauntingly beautiful. Once hard work was laid here, but now everything is so very, very quiet.
Closed doors makes the mind wonder.
What goes on behind and what will happen if I knock?
This so reminds me of an old They Might Be Giants Song called “They’ll need a crane”
NIKON D50 (19mm, f/4, 1/1.3 sec, ISO200)
Some days my brain looks like this
NIKON D50 (17mm, f/6.3, 30 sec, ISO200)
One of the largest structures in the city where I live. Spewing green steam out day and night. And YES! it\’s actually bathed in green lights. I guess to cheer things up a bit.
NIKON D50 (70mm, f/7.1, 1/250 sec, ISO0)
My camera and I are drawn towards signs like these. All worn and tattered
NIKON D300 (200mm, f/6.3, 1/2500 sec, ISO200)
The huge chimney of Rosenlunds Kraftvärmeverk, Göteborg. Simple and powerful
NIKON D300 (200mm, f/6.3, 1/20 sec, ISO200)
Sometimes when I walk around I instantly spot objects I just have to shoot (with my camera). For unknown this fall pipe is one of those objects. Taken in Göteborg, Sweden