Look in to the Tube
Once a huge boiler was connected to those tubes. One tube most likely was for water, the other connected toRead more.
Snowdrops in the Spring Sun
Slowly spring is coming. The nights are still cold but some sun during the day makes first flowers appear onRead more.
Where once people gathered for worship and to find peace, only shattered and colored windows remind us of the placeRead more.
Maqueraux a la Garage
Inside the garage, where a workshop surrounded by windows used to be, someone once must have had a little snack:Read more.
Friday 17:01 – Everybody left the building
Maybe not every company is the same. But when the weeks motto is “Robinson” (waiting for Friday), as soon asRead more.
On the lower side of the hydroelectric power station in Aarau, a door is hidden between walls and a stair.Read more.
To the Garage
In the back, along two buildings, locates a big garage. Due to a rather remote location, cars were (and stillRead more.
Once hanging protected in a room and providing light in the dark, color faded after it went dark and theRead more.
A quick snapshot of the hydroelectric power station in Aarau on a nice and sunny day in December.Read more.
Let’s make Dinner!
In the staff housing (we assume), some rooms were equipped with a kitchenette. At least one of them survived theRead more.
In a place where no window stayed intact, the sun draws shadows of the remains. Cracks, broken fragments and lightRead more.
This one, I have to confess, is not really urban exploration – it’s just the snapshot of a hotel corridorRead more.
Old House on Lake Lucerne
On a Sunday’s drive and walk, we found this fascinating old house on Lake Lucerne. By looking at the building,Read more.
Clinique du Diable – A new story is here
Quite some time passed since the announcement – and there s still plenty for me to work with. But: myRead more.