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  1. Italy Knitwear Factory - 2015

    For me this place is the most beautiful lost place i have ever seen. I was speechless, and i really wished i could spend more time here. It is absolutely amazing :-)
  2. Out chasing sunsets and I spotted this which looks like a ruin from the outside. So I returned the next day to have a look and I was remarkably surprised at what I found. So here it is untouched and how it was. 1 I spotted the rays coming through the ceiling so I made a smoke and caned it to enhance them a little bit. 2 There was even night wear still tucked under the pillow. 3 This was not staged and exactly how it had been left. 4 Think I moved the cushions here. 5 These old bikes are too cool. 6 One of many reasons why I named it the sewing house. 7 I found the antlers in the hallway on the floor. Handy there was a screw to hang them on. 8 Sadly it had played its last tune. 9 Again the clothes were left hanging as I found them. 10 Its actually a Jones and not a Singer. 11 A different angle of the living room. 12 All the above images are taken from the first visit. I have returned a few times also with a brave model who nearly froze her bits off! This image is from my last visit in January 2014 titled time to move on, quite appropriate for the last image.
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