Industrial Me


Have you ever imagined me as a heavy worker on big machines, dirty from the motor oil or coal, hihi ?! No ? Me neither, but, taking advantage of the sunny weather, I made the first step by visiting the open-air museum, permanently hosted by the Nuevos Ministerios gardens. Not too much to see, also the exhibited items are strange and hard to identify the way they were used in the past (some looks like tortures instruments), but the fact that they are in a garden, surrounded by well maintained grass, in open space, makes it worth the walk, even when you’re on high heels 🙂 Not my case, this time. It was only an unpretentious visit, in a sunny day (but still cold). I hope you’ll like the machines and the history they carry within.

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And now, some other pictures from the gardens…

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4 thoughts on “Industrial Me

  1. Instrumente de tortura? Bine zici. Si pe mine tot acolo m-au dus cu gandul.

    Si apropo de masini…

    De aceasta data ai respectat mult mai bine legile compozitiei, si rezultatele n-au intarziat sa apara – te-ai ales cu niste fotografii foarte frumoase, care au acel “je ne sais quoi”. Felicitari!
    Si daca tot am inceput, imi place, cum ai iesit, imi place si tinuta…foarte casual, si, ca de fiecare data, foarte originala. Good job!

    Hasta la vista, baby!

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