Orphan places

The return to abandoned factories was done without any specific purpose. It was just the curiosity about the forms that one faces, the texture, the light as it invades the broken windows and the cracks on the ceiling. How the lens can capture the desolation of a previously "living" space. What I found was a theatrical setting that was both chaotic and tidy. As like time and objects have finally taken their deserving place in history. The Human presence / absence, even when expressed with photos or graffiti, is inestimable. The place belongs to those who occupy it. In the scene, this light majestically reveals and conceals, giving a mystical sense.