Dartmoor – Underworld

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Dartmoor – Underworld

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Hidden under the Dartmoor turf is this little urbex gem. Its a disused pumping house. The second visit for me, first time it wasn’t this damp. I was expecting there to be a little water, however I wasn’t expecting it to be 18 inches plus deep. I shou8ld have taken my waders!

There is very little to see here apart from what I’ve shown in these two images. The skylights do make it rather atmospheric though and the light can be lovely.

 (Mark Blundell)

 

 (Mark Blundell)

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Toad Hollow Photography

February 20, 2012at 6:23 pm

Do we live on the same planet, Mark? Seriously, sometimes I think there’s a special place you go to that’s made just for you! What epic shots posted here today, my friend, these are both truly amazing!!

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February 24, 2012at 1:10 am

[…] Dartmoor – Underworld – seriously, I sometimes wonder if Mark Blundell even lives on the same planet that we do as he finds the most incredible subjects to photograph I have ever seen!  A long abandoned pumping house is now partially filled with water, producing a scene that really does appear to be alien in nature.  Mark carefully captures and processes this pair of great shots, giving the viewer a strong sense of the feel of the location as well as some truly great details and textures to take in and enjoy. […]

Mark Garbowski

February 28, 2012at 10:52 pm

It’s a shame there isn’t more as these shots are fascinating. While I’m sure the water was a pain I think you lucked out as it really adds to the scenes.

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April 6, 2012at 10:20 am

[…] Dartmoor – Underworld – seriously, I sometimes wonder if Mark Blundell even lives on the same planet that we do as he finds the most incredible subjects to photograph I have ever seen!  A long abandoned pumping house is now partially filled with water, producing a scene that really does appear to be alien in nature.  Mark carefully captures and processes this pair of great shots, giving the viewer a strong sense of the feel of the location as well as some truly great details and textures to take in and enjoy. […]

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