Nature's Green Grasp

PolarityPhoto

New Haven, United States

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I haven’t been taking many abandonments photos without people lately but here’s one I figured I’d share.

Ivy bursts through the window frame of a factory in Connecticut that once worked leather many years ago. Now, Mother Nature’s green grasping tentacles grip the window, slowly pulling the facade of the building down. She has a way of wringing the life from the structures we leave behind. This old factory is no exception. Another year or so subjected to her torment and this factory will finish its slow descent back to the earth. Frame, roof, floors, and windows none of it is impervious to the persistent force of Mother Nature.

Canon EOS 30D >> 50mm f/1.8 >> ISO 100 >> RAW Format >> ACR 4.5 >> Shop CS3 Extended for curves adjustments.

  • Featured in the Mood & Ambiance group in 01.2009

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