10 No Exit Plant

No Exit Plant

Posted on April 15, 2012 by team

One guy was walking along the old shops of “AbakanVagonMash” in Khakassia and found this warehouse of chemicals, the laboratory  and this interesting administrative building he decided to photograph.

All day-light lamps are stored in big piles. Nothing has been utilized in a proper way.

There are thousands of them


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10 Responses to “No Exit Plant”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    A Grinder!! A dream machine! Such perfection could only come from rational, scientific, socialist minds that envisioned an industrial-utopian future.

  2. rostit says:

    my eyes are burning from over-saturation. no more hdr please.

  3. Foq says:

    too much tonemapping.

  4. Theebeatnik says:

    Great shots! Though, I agree with rostit.

  5. Bobble Hat says:

    Very interesting subject and some nice shots. I am fascinated by these abandoned factories. But the HDR is a bit heavy handed for my taste. However, if the photographer likes it like that it is his prerogative, of course. I’m still grateful to see the images!

  6. Lusker 41 says:

    This hurts my eyes

  7. stolichnaya says:

    I think this factory failed because the HDR drove the workers insane.

  8. Trapperjohn says:

    YES, HDR is beautifully when done correctly, but not this case, but great shots tho.

  9. Jan says:

    to the authors of this article, I am a collector of lamps. I find the lamps on the 3rd picture very interesting. I will pay good money if you could send me a few of them. Please contact me on jmartis a volny cz (remove spaces, replace “a” with “@” and put a dot before “cz”).

    Thank you very much!!!

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