“In nature, everything has a
job. The job of the fog is to beautify further the existing beauties!” - Photo by Jan Bommes
"It was a moment I had been hoping for. The first night of our summer vacation this year was really cold and that resulted in a beautiful fog the next morning. I almost issed it because I was too lazy to get up, but when I saw the sunlight through the window, I quickly got dressed, grabbed my camera and went outside. The smell of fresh coffee already filled the air and I just grabbed a few quick shots. This was actually the first time I've tried to take 5 shots for a HDR without a tripod."
Only a little amount of information can be found about this abandoned industrial ruin. The accessible information points to a closure or a sale of this plant around the year 2012. At the time, the owner wanted to take over a Scandinavian company, and the sale of this and another plant was an effort to avoid the creation of a monopolistic company in Northern Europe. The sale was supposed to create the necessary competition to get permission from the cartel authority. Nothing can be found as to why the factory was eventually closed. Rumors are circulating regarding an impending demolition.....(more)
Our three-day tour through the Northeastern part of Germany started exactly one year ago today. Nordgriller Urbex and I had chosen the Recreation Home "Moss Lover's" as our first spot on the way to our main area of exploration. We had finished the first day with a nice evening at our friend's place where we also spent the night. As always, we started with a nice little breakfast and then went on our way. I had a list of spots in the area that we could choose from, but for some reason, it became a bunker tour. Mmmmh...I really like bunkers!
The first spot we had picked for the day was really something. There is only two more facilities of this kind in Germany. In an area that carries a dark piece of history from the Third Reich with it, there is.....(more)