Tag Archives: dark corners

Under the towers

This was taken in a small grubby room at the end of a walkway underneath towering silos
it was an old brewery in Italy and this particular morning the place was bathed in an orange glow from the sunrise


Broken Chairs

Sometimes while out photographing, nature doesn’t behave
you end up getting somewhere and its raining and miserable and have a hard enough time making yourself get out of the car, let alone be inspired to press the shutter

I thought that this was one of those days, even while I was taking pictures, I didnt think this set was going to come out very well. Actually the dark gloomy nature of the light ended up giving some very atmospheric photos.
I would be more inclined to go out in miserable weather if I always got shots like these

Marine Workshops

The day was wet with a continuous drizzle and the early morning drive down to the coast was a long one. The first photo stop proved to be a no-go and so it was a a great relief to see inside (and the dryness) of this place. It was used for fixing boats and a lot of the place had been stripped.
There was another workshop which had been taken over by pigeons – lots of pigeons

The colours in these workshops were bright in places, even in the dark corners and beneath the muted light coming through the broken windows.