When things fall apart.

April 4 (5 of 7)

With a focus on textures today, these photos come to you from a deserted industrial building in Hespeler, Ontario.

Creepy? Sure.

Intriguing? Yes – that, too (to me, at least).

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I don’t know if I can really explain what appeals to me about these sites.

Our abandoned structures are what remain – at least until they’re broken down and swallowed up, too – when the world has moved on.

Maybe they serve to remind us of all that’s fleeting and finite.

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For more photos of interesting textures (most of which are probably not as sad and sinister-looking as these), visit Narami for the Tuesdays of Texture weekly feature. Thanks, as always, for stopping by.

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3 thoughts on “When things fall apart.

  1. I have been in Hespeler before photographing the murals and the dam. Next time I am going to have a better look around for there for this abandon build. Like you I am also attracted to places like this. The last photo of the bolt is my favourite.

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