Inside the Slaughterhouse~ Shanghai

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1933, a maze of amazingly original architecture, flying bridges, spiral staircases, dimly lit corridors, an eerie feeling of disorientation, and a must location to challenge any aspiring photographer. I love returning to this building again and again, that primarily served as a cattle slaughterhouse after its construction in 1933 in Hongkou,  later a cold storage facility, and a medicine factory among other uses; it now hosts creative spaces, restaurants and shops as well as a few bewildered photographers. The possibilities here are endless to create, dream and compose.


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  1. the perspective in these inspires me to work on shapes and angles from now on!

  2. This is beautiful and haunting at the same time.

  3. Well, well… two posts in a short while. What a treat. Merci. 🙂

  4. Love especially the One with the pink umbrella

  5. wow, what a place, full of stories and spirits –

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