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Sunday explore.

By SiPickles    
Taken in an old victorian mill in my home town, posted a shot from here before of the ground floor pillars.
Today i made a return visit with my fellow urban explorer.
You could spend days in this place and never get short of things to shoot.
Absolutely love the place.

Tags: Photo journalism General Architecture Specialist and abstract Landscape and travel Portraits and people Humour and fun

Voters: Pete, JohnChambersPhotography, Jasper87

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Pete Plus
17 18.8k 97 England
11 Mar 2012 11:28PM
what a great location, is it right of access or an urbex "sneak in" place.

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Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
12 Mar 2012 8:54AM
Hi Simon. Interesting you've had 14 views and only 1 vote (albeit by the main man!!). My first thought was wow, superb perspective and repeat patterns. The figure is important but the camera paraphernalia around his neck spolied the image somewhat.

12 Mar 2012 10:03AM
I have had permission visit before tody but was only allowed 30 mins.
Didn't even fit half of the ground floor in.
This visit was an urbex raid. Haha. We were in there an hour or so, need longer.
I've grown up next to this building. We used to play in here as children when it was totally derelict.
Its a fantastic spot. The pillars are different colours on every floor.
There is just a wealth of subject matter where ever you cast you eyes in here.
It has been featured in numerous period dramas and pop videos.
Thanks for comment.
12 Mar 2012 10:07AM
Thanks for your comment and vote.
Agree the image would be improved if he didn't have his cam round his neck.
And if I'd got everything straight. pilllars are a bit off plumb.
Ya can't go wrong with a shot in a Yorkshire mill tho.
Love these places.

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