I think I may have found the perfect hobby for myself. Not that I need anything else to keep me busy, but I recently discovered the art of Urban Exploration, which combines my love of photography, architecture, and adventure. According to Wikipedia, Urban Exploration (AKA urbex or UE) is “the examination of the normally unseen […]
A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about Urban Exploration – the art/hobby of exploring abandoned or off-limits buildings, tunnels, etc. One of the urban explorers that I struck up a conversation with sent me a link to these photos which I thought were pretty interesting. This is a freezer door, and apparently […]
I know some of you will remember “Chip Falcon’s Road Trip” from a couple of years ago. For those of you who weren’t readers of this blog back then…I usually go on a road trip with my family every summer. In the summer of 2009, I had to take a Falcon 25 series panic device […]
This pair is located at the end of a walkway between two mill buildings in the Corah Factory in Leicester, England. Check out the locks on both leaves (more photos here). Thank you to Sam Tait for allowing me to post this photo.
After the post on smoke doors I know I was ready for a break and I thought you might be too. I love photographs of urban decay, and Ward9 features some amazing photos of really interesting and often beautiful architectural ruins. I asked for permission to share a couple of the photos with you…go check […]