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Multi-storey Car Park

I love all abandoned locations. My latest find is the very top of multi-story car parks. I'm attracted only to the very top floor where people are too lazy to park. Here I have my own private world with no interruptions and where I make the rules. I have an unlimited view of the busy city below. I pity the people at street level with their lack of tranquillity. Here I am closer to heaven than they are by a good 12 floors.

I love all abandoned locations. My latest find is the very top of multi-story car parks. I’m attracted only to the very top floor where people are too lazy to park. Here I have my own private world with no interruptions and where I make the rules. I have an unlimited view of the busy city below. I pity the people at street level with their lack of tranquillity. Here I am closer to heaven than they are by a good 12 floors.

The best time of day for shooting your own private kingdom is first thing in the morning, before the shoppers have woken up. Pick a good sunny day, choose any multi-story car park in any town or city, and just watch the world unravel below you. Watch from on-high as office workers go about their business at the lower levels of other buildings. No whistling at the ladies though… this is purely an activity for scopophiles only!

The wildlife can be varied at this height. You may spot a rare bird flying overhead into the warm morning sunshine or could be entertained by a few local pigeons getting laid. Either way, it’s time to kick back and relax and enjoy your own private slice of heaven.

WARNING: If you are scared of heights then this is probably not the best type of abandoned place for you!

For my shots I used my Zenit 412LS with fisheye and green filter.

http://www.ncp.co.uk/multimapform.aspx

written by mrszen

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