The Old Abandoned Lemp Brewery
The Lemp Brewery was constructed in 1865 and built upon a series of natural caves, which were once used to ferment and condition beer by early German brewers.
The main entrance to this building has an assortment of "inviting" signs. One of the signs, actually says... "NO PHOTOGRAPHY."
Not wanting to overstep my bounds, I ventured around the compound to see if I could capture it from another perspective. The entire complex is gated and walled off.
Thankfully I found a vantage point that gave me just enough room to compose this shot.
I ended up doing a long exposure to add some movement to the sky and then processed the image in black and white.
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