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    Default Pyestock mar 2013


    Pyestock is one of those plces you have to visit, and now with demolition started was the time 8 and a half hours driving was worth it for a good day with no problems in the company of altdayout, Sshhhh and luckypants a great day in top company..

    I think we all know the history so heres a couple of pics

    For the full set see my website at link below

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    Must get back here asap

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    Nice shots mate was a good day and was nice to meet you :).
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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    Cracking shots there! Was a fantastic day with fab company, really great to meet you :)
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    Epic mate really WELL shot!!! Was a grand day indeed . great adventure and was ace to meet ya , we had good dodgings which made it more fun.. as underwhemed as we were the photo opportunities were overwhelming and you've made a sterling example of what we saw! :D
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    Really well captured guys great work. Need to get here ASAP if anyone else wants to go.

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    Those shots are awesome. Nice one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AltDayOut View Post
    as underwhemed as we were....
    Underwhelmed?? Really? How come?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UE-OMJ View Post
    Underwhelmed?? Really? How come?
    its cos all the shots everyone sees from here are taken mostly with wide angles and when you finally get here after hearing about "you simply have to see it , for the scale of it"you realise things aren't as big as they seem but dont get me wrong it was a great day ,things aren't small or anything and is worth seeing if you have never been , it is after all an important part of our industrial heritage and great to see such big heavy duty Vickers built sci fi looking machinery with its uber interesting past that sadly will not be around for long, am glad we saw it and we have joined in the with the wide angle massive shots its the only way to fit everything in and when you look back at the pictures you take yourself when you get home, it kind of hits you like whoa !!! what a place it is and you think WOW we went there and saw that!

    From a photography view point there is soo much to capture, now that is overwhelming , its like where do you start? , and time starts to become a valuable commodity and knowing that any minute whilst going from one building to another you could be thrown out without seeing enough Pye, if that makes sense.

    To conclude tho I really would recommend going if you have never seen it, no other splore is quite like it
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    its cos all the shots everyone sees from here are taken mostly with wide angles and when you finally get here after hearing about "you simply have to see it , for the scale of it"you realise things aren't as big as they seem but dont get me wrong it was a great day ,things aren't small or anything and is worth seeing if you have never been , it is after all an important part of our industrial heritage with its uber interesting past that sadly will not be around for long, am glad we saw it and we have joined in the with the wide angle massive shots its the only way to fit everything in and when you look back at the pictures you take yourself when you get home, it kind of hits you like whoa !!! what a place it is and you think WOW we went there and saw that!

    From a photography view point there is soo much to capture, now that is overwhelming , its like where do you start? , and time starts to become a valuable commodity and knowing that any minute whilst going from one building to another you could be thrown out without seeing enough Pye, if that makes sense.

    To conclude tho I really would recommend going if you have never seen it, no other splore is quite like it
    Well put and exactly rite

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