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Hafod-Morfa Copperworks, Swansea.

The Hafod-Morfa Copperworks, Swansea. Built in the early 19th century, it was once a major industrial hub for much of Britain. Today it lies derelict and abandoned, though the government is undertaking work to preserve and develop the site. 27 more words


What makes a good street photographer

The way of the street photographer part 2

The most important trait of a street photographer

Often I get asked what does it take to be a good street photographer. 458 more words


Urban Exploration in the Keweenaw Peninsula

In August, we visited the Keweenaw Peninsula with our friends, Brian and Thea.  Thea has many fond memories of the area as she spent a lot of time here while growing up.  422 more words


Iscoed Mansion, Ferryside

Another trip to a ruined place, this time it’s the Iscoed Mansion in Carmarthenshire. Once a grand estate that was inhabited by the war hero Sir Thomas Picton, the mansion was built in 1792. 102 more words


Capital Urbex: Earning my stripes as an urban exploration photographer, one abandoned location at a time.

The Terrace Flats were completed in 1959 and then renamed in honour of government architect Gordon Wilson who died in its final year of construction. The flats were used as social housing until the buildings were deemed ‘unsafe in case of the event of an earthquake’ in 2012. 241 more words