Candy Factory, part the first
Given the loss of our guide we were left to our own devices and a basic understanding as to where the easiest to access locations were. We decided to start at the biggest of these known locations, the Candy Factory. I knew it was liable to be a big empty, echoing place but even the empty places have a magic of their own. Granted it wasn’t what we were looking for on this trip but it is a starting place, right?
At our approach we noticed some people in the alley behind the building, they were not interested in talking to us so we wandered around to the front before finding the entrance we were looking for. We could hear them quite well from the interior so figured they were probably scrappers and had access to the building. Not wanting to draw attention we made the choice to head straight to the top and work our way down. Given that all the windows were boarded from the third floor down this also gave us a little light to work with.
Up on the roof we received our reward. Pigeons. More importantly, pigeons that didn’t fly off when I decided I wanted a photo of them.
I consider this a revenge of sorts.