Former Silk Mill Of Lodeve

Former Silk Mill Of Lodeve
Hi photographers and urban explorer friends, Here are some new pictures, taken at the former silk mill of Lodeve, in South of France. Built from 1899 for the Gallia cloth factory, the place closed in 2004. In the textile industry, the moulinage is the action of twisting the silk string. The moulinage happens between the spinning and the weaving steps. These factories were some long buildings, located deep down into valleys and near by rivers. The textile industry in Lovede …

The Canadian Malting Plant – Part 2

The Canadian Malting Plant – Part 2
Hi photographers and urban explorers! Here is the second part of the Canadian Malting Plant (Part 2), when we went for a second time to this abandoned factory, my friend Jarold and I. As it was raining the day before, we had to empty, with rusty paint pots, a hole full of water, to be able to crawl under a sealed portal. Our friend Stephane joined us later during the day. This time, this exploration brought us up to the …

The Canadian Malting Plant – Part 1

The Canadian Malting Plant – Part 1
Hi photographers and urban explorers! My friend Jarold Dumouchel and I went to explore, couple of months ago, the Canadian Malting Plant, in Montreal. We took few shots of this abandoned building. Built in the early twentieth century, the former Canada Malting plant has a dozen of silos, 37 meters high. The oldest was built in 1905. The factory was closed in the 80s. The building is unique as its ceramic silos, one of the last two copies in North …

Urban Photography – Urban Exploration

Urban Photography – Urban Exploration
Hi photographers and urban explorers! When you live in a city and you can’t go into the woods to smell some great fresh air and observe wildlife… well, if you are like me, looking for new ideas of pictures, exploration and adrenaline… Urban Photography mixed with Urban Exploration is for you. Please, be super aware that Urban Exploration can be pretty dangerous and sometime illegal. Urban explorers are not always urban photographers, but I like to combine both parts. It’s …