Factory VR

Author Ratters - Last updated: 15.08.2012

Visited here back in April with TDotCom!! I don’t know if it’s just me but I do an explore, start editing & uploading them, do another explore then move onto editing that one…… The outcome is a load of half sets of explores on Flickr…….

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Decided to quickly finish these off today & then get the report up.

I prefer explores in older places with lots of natural decay & items from times gone by. Places with some nice architecture or attractive features to see be them residential, industrial or hospitals. This place was neither of those but it was fairly local & passed a few hours on a Sunday

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Sunshine & Showers At Factory VR by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Blue & Grey by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Playboy by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Working Tea Break by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Slide Away by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Open | Shut by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Photos Of What Was….. by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Tea Break by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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Twists & Turns by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

Got just a couple more to resize & upload!!

Cheers

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Last two uploads…..

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Playboy by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

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No Missing Link by Lee|Ratters, on Flickr

Full Flickr set HERE

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