It's very intimidating following the talent that has been shared on Chromasia this past week. After seeing the first few guest posts. I have to admit that I was apprehensive about sharing my work in this space. But then I realized that we all have different styles and different things to offer. Thanks Dave for giving me the opportunity to share my perspective with your audience. It's been a great week, but I'm sure we will all be happy to have you back tomorrow.

This image was shot at Brickworks in Toronto. It's an old abandoned industrial brick making complex found in the heart of the Don Valley just north east of the downtown core. This is the top of an old industrial staircase which lead to the top of the ovens.

In recent times, I have gained this appreciation and fascination of abandoned buildings in the Toronto area. There is something intimate and captivating about getting a brief glimpse into our city's past. I have to thank the many other photobloggers who have open these doors before me. You have all been an inspiration.

Rannie Turingan
photojunkie

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