Arklow – North Beach. I have walked there by many times and always was fascinated by that building and always was wondering how it looks inside. My curiosity went even higher when, one day walking by these monstrous building, I found the broken fence and the entrance to the ex factory with missing door 🙂 That gave me an idea straight away of what I will do next when I am there with my camera. Although I knew I should be careful while being there, in case of course someone sees me, as civilians are not supposed to go there. Yeah I know, but that’s the health and safety in Ireland and they are quite “crazy” about that.
Anyway, the door was open for me there and I did not hesitate once. There was a chance and I took it 🙂 You are going to see that I was not the only person who went there before ….
what a crazy place! it looks to me like it might be perfect for some black and white shots, too
nice photos 🙂
Great shots. Loved the angles.
Really nice work. Something about abandoned places, gone but not forgotten.
the sixth from the top (the one through the hole on the wall) and 4th from below (sofa) are my favourites! I had photoshoot sessions in abandoned factory before which I’m still learning to capture nicely (http://lifevoyagephotoblog.wordpress.com/category/photography-gallery/abandoned-buildings-and-graffiti/), I believed I have got a lot more inspiration now from your post! THanks
Thank you very much for a such a kind words. 🙂
niezwykle ukazałes to miejsce……genialny klimat
cool shots, as usual! 🙂
Cool grungy images!
These are very cool…especially love the graffiti ones. I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award: http://athousandwordsinone.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/very-inspiring-blogger-award/
Thank you I really appreciate it 🙂
A brilliant series of images. Impossible to pick a favourite but I love the Street Art images. Well done with this post.
Thank you 🙂
A really nice set of images, well done 🙂
Dead places coming alive ..
Some very nice shots here. Looks like an amazing place to explore. I particularly like the picture of the chimney taken from directly below; the angle/perspective is fantastic – you really get a sense of the height. The shot underneath of the wooden planks is really nice too, the angles gives the impression of a fan.