On the bottom of the Therezia Mine a lonely pole stands in the lake of green, salty water.
Two pairs of shoes rest on a mossy wall while the former owners… who knows?… (Whoever put the shoes there – I only capture what I find but never move or arrange anything on such locations…)
Not a lot is left from what once may have been there. Just a few empty stakes and concrete mark a space inside an old industrial area
Out of the dark raises a little blue flower in to the spring sun.
The control console of one of the many rail cranes inside the old Ferrum foundry.
Too bad the power is out – with a cold beer the sofa would still look inviting…
In one of the dark corners of the old foundry, an old arc welder stays hidden and without power…
Today the room is empty – but I can easily imagine a desk, some chairs and a lot of books in this room…
On the top floor of the old foundry an old compressor lays under a thick layer of black dust, unused since years.
The main hall in the Salina Turda. Since the renovation in 2009, there is a Ferris wheel and table tennis for the tourists. But even as a tourist attraction, the mine dating back to the antiquity is very impressive.