I’m not sure why this is, but run-down buildings grab my attention and I love taking pictures of them.
This particular one is pretty cool. It was originally owned by the Peters Cartridge Company and they used to specialize in ammunition and gunpowder production during WWI and WWII. Click here if you would like to read more about this place… It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 10, 1985.
Can anyone explain what that green glowing object is on the top left corner of this last picture? This is no joke, but as soon as I hit the shutter release, there was a bright green flash that filled my viewfinder. It somewhat startled me so I immediately looked at the LCD monitor and saw what you now see. I then looked up at the building, and believe it or not, nothing was there. Strange… Very strange!
Well, there may be a second post related to this in the very near future. Just need to find a legal way to get inside without going to jail for trespassing 😉
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