I Heart Macro – Abandoned Warehouse

We recently visited a small town, north of us, called LaConner.  The town has a reputation for many delightful art galleries and boutiques.  The weather was gorgeous and we enjoyed meandering from shop to shop and then stopping at a small pub, overlooking the water, for a lunch of fish and chips.  After lunch we strolled to the end of town and found an old, abandoned warehouse that was truly a photographer’s delight.  Technically these are not macro shots.  They are close-ups.  But whatever–I hope you enjoy them.  The last picture steps back from the warehouse to give you an impression of the size and overall appearance. 

peeling paint O'conner, WA

Abandoned warehouse, LaConner, WA


boards falling of an old warehouse

Abandoned warehouse in LaConner, WA


moss growing on the boards of an abandoned warehouse

Abandoned warehouse in LaConner, WA


chain link fence by old boards with peeling paint

Abandoned warehouse, LaConner, WA


broken window, boarded over in an abandoned warehouse

Abandoned warehouse, LaConner, WA


side view of an abandon warehouse.

Abandoned warehouse, LaConner, WA


Lori of Studio Waterstone  hosts a weekly blog hop of close-up photos.
Visit Lori to get links to more great macro shots.

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8 thoughts on “I Heart Macro – Abandoned Warehouse

  1. Linda these are such awesome shots – macros or not!! Love the textures you captured. Wow, fish and chips, a pub and an abandoned warehouse to photography – sounds like the perfect day to me!!

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