Friday, 16 June 2017

Picture This #406 ~ Dismantling/Demolition

Great banner by Belita!

Greetings and welcome from Sweden - this is  Anders and I'm hosting this week.

These photos show parts of the gradual stone by stone dismantling of the chimney of the Helsingborg Rubberboot factory.











8 comments:

  1. Marvelous series of pictures, Anders. From top to bottom, a nice progression showing the demolition of the chimney. I especially like the 4th picture but they are all great.

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  2. hi anders what cool and different theme thank you
    love the way you took the shots
    it is always so interesting how they can take a thing down like this without harming anything else around

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  3. Hi Anders!! Many thanks for hosting this week. An interesting theme, and definitely one we've not done before!! A great series of shots showing the gradual dismantling of this very tall chimney. It might have been more exciting if they could have brought it down using explosives, but I guess it was too close to other buildings.

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    1. Thanks, Mitch. The method used by taking it down brick by brick was because they wanted to save them for later use.

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  4. Interesting to see how buildings are demolished in Sweden. The chimney destruction was really well pictured in your shots. I like the system they applied: recycling by dismantling. I like the last photo showing the scar left by a chimney.

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    1. Thanks, Pat <3 I even made a slideshow of the whole process from all the photos I took.

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