June 16th, 2004

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First Post

Hey, this is my first post here, as this community was suggested to me by a fellow member of photography. This kind of stuff is right up my alley, and I'm glad other people out there dig decay as much as I do.

This is an old manufacturing plant I ran across as I was driving through a nearby town...



If it's too large, and you'd prefer it behind a cut that's no problem. It's right at 600 pixels...so I thought I'd go ahead and put it out there. Have a radical day.
Photo - leaves

Final batch from Derby

We found this on Uttoxeter New Road, right near the city centre; I've been passing it on the bus to work for weeks, and there just happened to be a hole in the fence that allowed me to get inside.


The top of the structure.  This was all I could see from the bus.  Inside, however, was a veritable treasure trove of decay...

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Possibly the best find of the day, I think...

For more, unrelated photos from that morning, click here...
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I've been reading Urban Decay for a while and now I'm gonna share.

Jamestown, RI representin':

Creepy house down the street, where people set fires and put them out..





A bathroom wall in AS220, in Providence, RI - Someone transcribed "Gangsters" by Langston Hughes: