Redcar's blast furnace at night.
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Very Mad Max post apocalypse feeling to this industrial pic.. Interesting!, ~Lex
What a contrast to the previous snow scene but beautiful in its own way. Fantastic night shot and great detail. Regards Derek
A wider view than the blast furnace one Sam and a slightly later time, may be industrial but it makes a good picture.
Cheers Lex I think anywhere industrial has that Mad Max feel but perhaps more so when illuminated at night with smoke blowing around.
I like to give a bit of variety Derek :o) Many thanks !
Yes Ian, I have one using a longer lens that really pulls the scene in but it is too large for Panoramio to accept so I have had to settle for this, The benefit of this one is that I used a prime lens and it has produced those lovely starbursts that are more defined than the zoom lens version. Cheers mate !
I spent three months working on the site Sam making and assembling new parts for the new converyor systems, it was enjoyable so it brings back happy memories, it's a lovely night capture when enlarged the lights sparkle like diamonds. Like Regards Richard
Hi Richard I knew you'd be interested in this one that includes the conveyer system since you had mentioned Babcock's previously ;O)
Many thanks !
Again - as on your other steel works pictures - there is something very special to those that grew up round them
I can even smell those childhood memories, hear the shift change claxon - and see the heavens glow with the tipping of the molten metal
Cheers Dean, I am hoping that one day when I'm there the train will move out and pour the slag from the crucibles which is a sight to see also.
Pleased to remind of good times.:o)
Yeah - think its that I meant - I know the whole sky over the works at Scunthorpe used to light almost like daylight :)
Fantastic industrial photo !!! Like. Greetings from Czech rep. :)
Thank you Fritzz/Milan, industry isn't to many people's liking but it provides variety and I like a bit of that,
regards, Sam :o)
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