Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

It looks like a well but it is a portal and you do not know yet what is there deep inside. You are curious enough and decide to go further and find it out. And you won’t be disappointed.

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

It’s another side of the portal.

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Maybe someone prefers to crawl along the walls, who knows?

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

It’s the whole memory dump.

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

And some chemical illusions…

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

Abandoned Factory of Detergents

The end.

3 thoughts on “Abandoned Factory of Detergents”

  1. Humans are destructive. I guess that’s one of the reason why we cannot help enjoying these pictures of something abandoned and weathered which is actually the result of the co-operative destruction by human and nature.

    This is a primitive instinct come from the characteristics of the ancient beast that humans didn’t yet diverge from reptiles.

    And it also explains why little babies(who are not much reasonable yet) always love to mess up something around them, why apocalypse movies or vandalism video games have been successful, why 2012 phenomenon happened and will happen again in the future.

    Of course our reason defies destruction but deep inside part of our brain still thirsts for it so much. I don’t think we are free from it.

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