Taiwan Sugar Museum in Redscale.

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Having loaded the Lomo LC-A+ with redscale film, I could only imagine what these pictures would look like as I snapped away at the Taiwan Sugar Museum (台灣糖業博物館). I wish I had a wider lens to capture the magnitude of the enormous machines in the refinery but I am so glad this was the film that was in my camera. Many of these would have been underexposed had I used normal color negative but instead they are beautiful silhouettes against a fiery orange.

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4 comments on “Taiwan Sugar Museum in Redscale.

  1. Since I have a thing for “abandoned” places I felt a bit sad when I realised that I arrived at the sugar factory too late to enter the buildings. However, the rain (and time I guess…) made the place sorta deserted, so I could stroll around among the buildings in a sort of calm which was quite nice too. I like how places like this make me feel connected to “back in the days” and I often ponder on how life was then and what people struggled with.

    Thanks for showing me what I missed :) The silos are awesome in red scale!

    1. I didn’t realize you did not get to go into the refinery – that is a huge, huge shame! The most magical thing about this place happens right inside the refinery and I truly hope one day you’ll get the chance to undo that misfortune. :)

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