Kalkbruket


We passed by this abandoned lime kiln on our way back from Åsen, and I had to stop the car. We parked by the small house across the road. We walked around the beautifully-decayed factory and right then, an almost-alternate reality opened in front of our eyes. It was breathtaking.

Perhaps you don’t know, but I’m fascinated with industrial buildings, especially those that have been deserted. The metal pipes and sheets. The wind through broken windows and the electric silence. The rawness, almost bare.

An art of some sort; a stillness that moves me and makes me reflect on what surrounds us.

What inspired you today?

2 thoughts on “Kalkbruket

  • Kimberly SW Griffin May 5, 2016 at 10:53 am

    Lovely words expressing and exposing such depth of your soul….. Just lovely

  • sara May 6, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    hi Fanny, i also adore these abandoned factories/buildings even villages, they have some sort of magic mistery in them so unique. But on a different note these days what inspires me are flowers, typical right? going out and watching the wind blow, the green grass and the changing spring weather, at the moment it is enough ;)))

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