Traces of the Past Y3 – 08

The gunpowder mills at Torsebro, Sweden:

Linked to Paula’s Traces of the past here

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20 comments

  1. Urbex photography is really your thing 🙂 I am really drawn to this site. Love the strong composition in the second shot a lot! Thank you for contributing in such a fascinating way.

    • Sue

      Well, were I younger and fitter, I would be into Urbex…but sadly, I have never taken part. However, I think I have done the occasional Urbex Spoof/cheat shot!

  2. Astounding the way nature has colonised them. Also heartening, come to think of it.

  3. Good job, Sue – we were a bit blown away, weren’t we?

    • Sue

      We were! I was impressed by how these structures had withstood time, and also how mysterious I could get them to look in monochrome!

  4. Your Swedish itinerisers knew your tastes!! Or did you draw up the itinerary yourself? The angle and detail of the second shot is wonderful and the first one establishes context beautifully.

    • Sue

      My Swedish itinerisers did a grand job for me….the only thing I asked to see was Kyrkö Mosse, because Ann Christine had posted one or two images a year or so ago, and I knew it would be my ‘thing’!

  5. Pingback: BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: TRACES OF THE PAST Y3-08 | Lost in Translation

  6. Good shapes! 🙂 🙂

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