Amelia Heath

Amelia Heath

Posted on 07/04/2017


Photo taken on September  5, 2012



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Figgjo abandoned swimsuit factory

Figgjo abandoned swimsuit factory

Diane Putnam, Jean Gregory Evans, Tanja - Loughcrew, John Goodwin and 12 other people have particularly liked this photo


28 comments - The latest ones
Cheryl Beal
Cheryl Beal
Wonderful.....I love this sort of image!!
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Cheryl Beal
I had a wonderful time here, Cheryl, but It wasn't safe and still open to anyone. Just outside this doorway there was a sheer drop of about 7 metres!
15 months ago.
Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet
Beautiful image, but in a way something sad !!! I don't like when things are abandonned !!!
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Marie-claire Gallet
I think there may be plans to take over this site and turn it into living accommodation, Marie-claire. Let's hope there is some sensible redevelopment.
15 months ago.
Jaime Blancartë Durán
Jaime Blancartë Durá…
Una imagen poderosa.
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Jaime Blancartë Durá…
Thank you. There has been some vandalism, but it could have been much worse. I'm surprised no-one has been injured here.
15 months ago.
Nick Weall
Nick Weall
A great composition ~ sad building though ~ too much skinny dipping must have ruined sales xxx
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Nick Weall
Skinny dipping in Norway, Nick? I think they'd have done better by manufacturing wet suits. :-)
15 months ago.
Ulrich John
Ulrich John
Like the perspective and the composition very much !
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Ulrich John
Thank you, Ulrich. It was a very interesting day, and we eventually motored down to the coast.
15 months ago.
Judith Jannetta
Judith Jannetta
Wow, magical light and great perspective
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Judith Jannetta
I had to do a bit of post processing on the light, Judith. It was a dull day, and I never did get to grips with the Nikon 5100. ;-)
15 months ago.
Keith Burton
Keith Burton
Beautifully exposed Amelia............the quality of the light is gorgeous.
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Keith Burton
If you've now read my previous comment, Keith, you may want to retract your compliment. ;-)
15 months ago.
Keith Burton has replied to Amelia Heath
It must have been a pretty good shot to start with. Most shots need some PP especially if you shoot in Raw format. It's the end result that matters.
15 months ago.
John Goodwin
John Goodwin
Nice photo, Amelia. It would look good as a B&W print... YS... John.
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to John Goodwin
Thank you, John. I'll have a look at it in B&W. The yellow star button seems to be on strike. :-)))))
15 months ago.
John Goodwin has replied to Amelia Heath
Just wanted a pay rise... :-))
15 months ago.
Schussentäler
Schussentäler
great perspective.
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Schussentäler
Many thanks, Reinhard. The building was dry inside, so the roof was sound.
15 months ago.
Peter Castell
Peter Castell
A great capture, it looks in good condition, it would have been burnt down in Leicester
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Peter Castell
The roof was in very good condition, Peter, and the factory is not really on the beaten track. I wonder if it has all been made secure now. This doorway opened up to a 20 foot drop! At least there was no external cladding.
15 months ago.
Pam J
Pam J
So sad.
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Pam J
I think some good will come of it, Pam. At the time they were talking about converting the whole building into living quarters. Let's hope that has happened by now.
15 months ago.
Gudrun
Gudrun
What a cool lost place! It seems, Norwegians don't need many swimsuits;-)
15 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Gudrun
Many of the hotels have swimming polls, Gudrun. And besides - I have swum in the North Sea in Norway. But on the whole, the clothing investment should have been geared up to suppling outdoor wet weather gear. They'd have been making a mint by now. :-)
15 months ago.
Gudrun has replied to Amelia Heath
Well, wet weather gear is dominated by Helly Hansen- don't know how many firms the Norwegian market can support...
15 months ago.
Diane Putnam
Diane Putnam
Swimsuit factory. That strikes my fancy - haha! Love the photo! Seen in Industrial Scenery.
13 months ago.