We split and continue to explore the rest of the place that is huge but surprisingly does not offer much "catchy" subjects to shot. I just decide to shot as much as I can and to deal with the pictures later in post production considering it a double exercise.
I go through the entire ground floor looking for anything of interest.
I finally find what I was expecting in two contiguous rooms, graffitis !! One is a mixture of a large picture and some spray paint drawing and the other just pure spray painted. Very nice colours on both of them.
After those two shots and finishing exploring the ground floor, I decide to move up to the 1st floor to join Thierry and look for more findings.
Not much on that part of the house with nothing exceptionnal... We therefore decide to explore the remaining bit of the house and head down to the "basement" to hopefully get to the swimming pool we'd heard about and could see from a broken window.
Very first picture in HDR and I'm quite happy with the result. Made out of 8 pictures with decreasing shutter speed and assembled on LightRoom. Once again, a wider angle lense would have been more appropriated to capture the entire scene.
This was almost the end of the trip as we decided to move back to the main house and to give a final go at the ground floor before finally leaving the place.
I finished that first Urbex session on that picture.
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