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No Trespassing

‘’Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures’’

In April 2014, I experienced my first urbex adventure. The art of urbex is finding and capturing abandoned buildings. 156 more words


The Old Church - Simulated Infrared

Infrared photography, based on heat rather than light, offers images with a different color palette. It’s a different way to the look at the world. And even though it’s technically restricted to film, digital effects can simulate it. 146 more words


Magic Hour - The Sunset Tower

Somewhere in upstate New York, there is an abandoned factory in the center of a nearby village. It’s owner is attempting to renovate it, but in the meantime it stares silent and crumbling over the heads of the nearby peaked roofs. 130 more words



Looking up gives you a different perspective of things.

Taken in Downtown, Pittsburgh



A video from a couple of years ago- wandering around the creepy ruins of an abandoned cool-stores facility in Taranaki. Happy Halloween folks ;-)


Urbex at abandoned Olympic Games facilities

Tremendously impressed by this exploration at abandoned rafting and canoe-kayak facilities of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Ten years after everything constructed once for the most famous sport Games is nowadays rotting and falling apart.

Photo Narratives

Poking the Camera Where it Doesn't Belong - An Urbex Experiment

Near Portland Head Light in Maine lies Fort Williams, an abandoned fortress and mansion that was used to monitor shipping for the city of Portland. Though closed in 1963, it’s still a great place to get some urban exploration photographs. 198 more words