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Man in a Cradle

By Jonny5874
I found this cradle in the attic of the old mill, I had to tread carefully as the wooden steps moved under me on the way up, slightly rotten and the floor might have been too so I was holding onto a beam to try and take some weight off my feet with every step as I moved around in that attic.

(The old woollen mill was abandoned by workers in 1961 who seemed to have just gone without clearing anything out)

Tags: Photo journalism Photograph Dust General Close-up Mill Black and white Wool Portraits and people

Voters: morpheus1955, helenlinda, SlowSong and 11 more

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morpheus1955 11 3 2 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2012 10:46AM
Excellent set of images, they really work well as mono's


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helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2012 10:55AM
All three excellent mono shots - I wonder who he was ? - and why was his picture abandoned? - if only he could tell us.
The natural light works very well here - especially on the basket in v3
SlowSong Plus
9 7.4k 30 England
8 Apr 2012 2:35PM
What were the cradles used for I wonder. Lovely sprinkle of old dirt and dust on the photo.
Jonny5874 9 14 5 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2012 6:24PM
Thanks for the comments!

I have no idea what that cradle was used for but it was a bit odd as it almost looked like a cradle for a baby?

It's a bit odd why a single photograph was left I must admit, but why is a mystery.

mikbee 11 3 8 Scotland
9 Apr 2012 11:54PM
Good to see you are looking for the smaller pics' in the mill !!
Good one here.
(but it is just my personal liking that I think colour works better for ''grot'' !!)
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
11 Apr 2012 7:03PM
What a great find that mill is,so much history and interest in this picture.
V1 well set up good lighting and nice toned mono

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