Tim Knifton

Autofriedhof

4th April 2016

I must start by apologising for not really updating my blog much these days but with the best intention I always mean to do some posts but never get round to it.

So busy the majority of the time but decided to add this post.

A few weeks back, we went on our latest exploring trip to Germany which involved some of the usual suspects and the usual things – late nights, lots of driving, eating rubbish food, planning and tiredness. Our trip took us from Berlin to Düsseldorf over 4 days and involved many locations including residential, industrial, transport and military, as well as a good number of fails.

The photos of the following place were taken as part of a 3 hour visit and was strictly permission only. This place was part decay/part art installation judging by how some of the cars were set up.

Hope you like the following photos, these are only a few of the ones taken during this sunny afternoon in March.

'American Beauty' 'Buried' 'Dynaflow' 'Her name is Rio' 'When they see me rollin', they hatin' 'Yellow'

Thanks for looking in.

 

 

 

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