Pottery called the kettle black

A few weeks ago, when it wasn’t cold or snowing, I decided to venture to a disused pottery factory. I’d seen photos of T G Green Pottery and it seemed as though there would still be some beauty and lasting heritage, despite the premises having fallen into disrepair. Having taken a few photos of the perimeter, I found an entrance and began making my way inside. At this moment, a large gentleman emerged brandishing a chainsaw. “Can’t go in there love, ‘ealth n safety”, he bellowed. As disappointed as I was, I wasn’t going to argue with a man who was modelling his weekend pursuits on those of leatherface. Similarly, I  didn’t point out the absolute lack of health and safety displayed by a man choosing to wonder about with a chainsaw and no protective clothing!

I took a few more photos and then went on my way. It’s a shame I didn’t get to see more of this abandoned gem before it’s torn down and reclaimed, but then at least I’ve still got my health and safety!


8 thoughts on “Pottery called the kettle black

  1. I am going to gush, k? These photos are insanely gorgeous. The lighting you work with, and the angles you find for these subjects is, simply put, shamazaring! I love the urban mixed with natural, and those setting sun photos at the end are wooonderful. Love, love, love this post! 🙂

  2. Absolutely gorgeous photos!! I agree with Snapshooter – the lighting you had was stunning and the angles you chose were just perfect!! This makes me want to go find some abandoned haunts to explore 🙂 Nicely done!

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