Saturday, May 4, 2013

Former Yorkshire Brewery, Collingwood.

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I managed to catch one of the last sunny warm weekends to spend on a photo walk around Collingwood with a few of my fellow film shooters. One of our main destinations was the former Yorkshire Brewery in Collingwood, that is now derelict & awaiting council sign off before being turned into a multi-storey apartment building.

However, currently it is a mix of bright graffiti & urban flotsam... with nature slowly taking over. Sometimes its nice to get out and shoot in places you've not been before & if you can find some friends who have local insider knowledge of what is out there, then that's even better!

How that winter is slowly setting in, there will be fewer warm sunny days... so it looks like I'll have stick to Portra 400 film & try to overlook the clouds & rain that are on their way.

x
Mel

3 comments:

Dawn said...

This is so beautiful to me. I actually love graffiti; I find it fascinating. (When it is being as artwork, that is, and not as an option for vandalism.) The fact that it is slowly being taken over by nature and weeds is even more interesting and beautiful. Man and nature, blended together.

Jessica Hobin said...

those colours! so beautiful and vivid. Gorgeous shots :)
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tylerjones said...

Wow, I love colors and this is all so colorful.
Great job!

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