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Default 29-09-2011, 22:36

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i would have camped overnight i think lol, just barracaded the door upstrairs on one of the buildings and stayed the night, looks like somewhere you could spend a week exploring uninterupted and still not cover everything!
Probably not the best idea (I did consider it myself), but the rooms are full of asbestos and I don't fancy sleeping on it, a LOT of mosquitoes and the place makes a racket, doors and windows banging every minute. I can't tell you how many times I nearly went through the roof concentrating on a shot, then a door decided to slam behind me. I was actually convinced that the site was somewhat active. Some of the buildings exteriors were that good condition, I thought maybe people were living there. I had to get up to the attic of the first building and give them a thorough look before moving on.

A place where you could certainly spend the night is Beelitz Hospital (coming soon)...
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Default 02-10-2011, 23:43

oh I like that very much
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Default 03-10-2011, 02:14

Fantastic, you've captured it perfectly. I'd love to see a place like this.
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Probably not the best idea (I did consider it myself), but the rooms are full of asbestos and I don't fancy sleeping on it, a LOT of mosquitoes and the place makes a racket, doors and windows banging every minute. I can't tell you how many times I nearly went through the roof concentrating on a shot, then a door decided to slam behind me. I was actually convinced that the site was somewhat active. Some of the buildings exteriors were that good condition, I thought maybe people were living there. I had to get up to the attic of the first building and give them a thorough look before moving on.

A place where you could certainly spend the night is Beelitz Hospital (coming soon)...
should have packed a mozzy net lol!
i look forward to the hospital report, got to admit your reports on here of late have had me fascinated!
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Default 10-08-2012, 22:33

http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/ph...cke-84555.html
Found the above link when I was trying to find out a bit more detail about your pics (which were great)
thanks
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Default 12-08-2012, 23:43

wonderful pictures!
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Default 12-08-2012, 23:45

i went to a little run down mill about 5 mile away and took pics, but having looked at these pics i feel embarrassed at my poor effort!
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Default 13-08-2012, 00:22

better pictures come with practice.


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Superb find and cracking pics


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Default 13-08-2012, 10:12

Like this, some nice pics.

What do you do when faced with a wolf then? (not that I'm expecting to be!)
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