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Borrowing the name of this piece from the writing on the wall… this is the interior of an abandoned bottling plant. The plant is located in Miami’s garment district, now known for its graffiti permission walls and regular food truck gatherings. The plant is slowly deteriorating, with trees growing out of the roof, and rain coming in. It’s the perfect canvas for aspiring graffiti artists.

Canon 5D MK II, Tamron 28-300 VC, 3 images AEB +/-2, handheld, processed in aperture and the photomatix plugin

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graffiti, street art, reflections, abandoned, industrial, culture, hdr, buildings

I’m a Miami, Florida-based photographer. I and my camera try to get out as often as possible. These images are the result. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

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Comments

  • Janie. D
    Janie. Dabout 3 years ago

    i sooooooooooooo need to get to this place! all i need to do is find dr who’s tardis and it’s a done deal

  • It’s one of only a handful of places like it in South Florida… and it’s surrounded by an entire neighborhood of “permission walls” where graffiti artists are invited to practice their skill.

    – njordphoto

  • enigmatic
    enigmaticabout 3 years ago

    Wow!
    Now featured in the Urban Exploration Group.
    http://www.redbubble.com/groups/urban-exploration

  • Thanks!!

    – njordphoto

  • Michael  Gunterman
    Michael Gunte...about 3 years ago

    Absolutely Wild….Congrats as well….

  • Thanks Michael!

    – njordphoto

  • Janie. D
    Janie. Dalmost 3 years ago


    11th October 2011

  • Janie… honored! Thanks!

    – njordphoto

  • Akrotiri
    Akrotirialmost 3 years ago

    WOW – love this. love the reflections too. great work – congratulations on your feature!

  • Thanks Akrotiri!

    – njordphoto

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