Selborne Brickworks - Jan 20

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BikinGlynn

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Selborne Bricks have been hand-made in the village since 1872 or later known towards the end of its life as tower brick and tile company went into administration in late 2009 and finally closed for business in 2011.



Cant find much history on this place at all but did discover the owner of Selborne Brickworks, John De Benham-Crosswell, 81, of South Hay Lane, Kingsley, admitted at Basingstoke Magistrates Court, to damaging or destroying a breeding site or resting place of a wild animal of a European-protected species.

The court heard on September 23 that work was carried out at the brickworks, in Honey Lane, between July 1, 2015, and April 12, 2016, which damaged the habitat of great-crested newts, including the draining of a lake containing the newts. Work on a site with a protected species must be carried out in accordance with a licence from Natural England. There was no valid licence in place.



Quite a decent place this really with loads of goodies left & its very photogenic, an uneventful explore for me, but iv heard the guy next door is best to be avoided :)

lots of pics as usual Im afraid so here they are













































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I like the shot with the Canon 5D in the picture. Which Mark is it (I've got a Mark III), and what lens do you use for your derelict buildings expeditions? And what other camera did you use for the shot? Do you shoot movie with the 5D?
 

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I like the shot with the Canon 5D in the picture. Which Mark is it (I've got a Mark III), and what lens do you use for your derelict buildings expeditions? And what other camera did you use for the shot? Do you shoot movie with the 5D?
close Its a 7d Mk2. I use a tokina 10-20mm for explores & have a sigma 150-600 for my wildlife.
Took that shot with my phone ;-)
 

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Thanks a lot for the info, the back of the 5D is very similar to that of the 7D! Using a phone to take a shot of a 7D on location just shows how technology has changed so much recently. Do you use the 7D in movie mode? If so. is there a limit to how long a single take can be? And do you use an external Power Grip that takes two Lithium-ion batteries, to give extended shooting capacity?
 

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Great photos.

Unfortunately, I was caught within 10 mins of getting into that place, so didn't get any pictures.
 
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