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Paper Mill
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Panorama from the inside of a collapsed mill.  It was pouring rain that day so it was touch and go with how long I could spend out there in the middle of the now roofless building.  It did make for some incredible views of fog rolling down the hills, though.

Copyright: Ted Iandola
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 10772x1400
Uploaded: 28/08/2012
Updated: 29/08/2012
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Tags: ue; urbex; urban exploration; panasonic; gf1; lumix; rain; wet; graffiti; tag; paper mill; decay; destroyed; green; growth; abandoned; ruined
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