In the continuation of the exclusive series by photographer JP Darby of Toronto, Canada, we experience an abandoned transfer station.

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 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby
 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 Abandoned transfer station by JP Darby

 

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One Response

  1. Cristian Vargas
    Jul 08, 2013 - 04:14 AM

    Some nice shots there, interesting shapes combined with graffiti. However, shame about the over use of HDR in some of them, totally loses the essence of the subject making it look fake and plastic rather than pulling out the detail. More subtly would be advised.

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