Germany, golden hour, interiors, light, old mill, photography, photos
This summer, while I was in Germany, my sister took me on a walk through their old mill. It was early evening, that golden hour just before the sun set and inside the old walls the dust created a hazy sheen. There was so much to see, so many surprising things and unexpected shapes and motives that I couldn’t resist taking a ton of photos. The sun began to set as I clicked and I enjoyed how it changed the world and atmosphere around me. Here are few of the photos I took – a small selection of my favourite few.
Great pictures. I especially like the shot of the frayed cord and it’s shadow.
I know – my mum say’s it’s quite sinister – hangman and all that
Lovely light and such rich colours! And that phone! The key in the door reminds me of a Fergus Ryan painting.
I know – I kept think while walking through it : Fergus would love it here
Yes, it really looks like he would!
Cynthia Guenther Richardson said:
Great contrasts and atmosphere. I love the windows but also the tools and objects. Key in the lock, boots and cases,chair in corner–well, enjoyed them all.
Thanks so much – I took so many photos (some good, some not and some really not) but I could have taken more if the light had been better. The chair with the folders is one of my favourites