Category Archives: Urban Exploration

Exploring the forgotten buildings that civilization has forgotten.

First of 2017

Well, here we go with another year to explore. I’m afraid of the growing fascist energy¬†from Washington. It will be a year of trepidation and fear. I have to learn to look past these possible dangers and turn to photography … Continue reading

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Ebbing fires

Ever since picking up my first camera eons ago, there has been a draw to those structures that have been abandoned and long forgotten. There is a sympathetic draw to these locations harkening to some deeply suppressed emotions which bear … Continue reading

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Winter Winds Blowing

It’s been a long period of absence from my Blog. Travels, commercial work and the real Job have consumed my time. So now as the weather begins to change to those months of darkness and contemplation I can release new … Continue reading

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In the Out Door

When you can’t decide the route to travel…when you can’t determine what is safe and what harbors pain…when you succumb to public pressure…when your inner self conflicts with the pretentious and cold conjectures of the perceived norm…

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Greg and the Big Shovel

The Big Muskie – a larger than life mechanical monster that was responsible for carving huge chunks out of pristine Ohio soil in search of coal to fuel¬†our ever glutinous appetite for power. A machine so large that its bucket … Continue reading

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Another run with a fading Memorial

It still looks pretty good from the exterior, but the interior is slowly dissolving into nothing but framework. In spite of this, I was still able to eke out one more shoot and conduct photographic trials with a new model. … Continue reading

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Sunday Scouting

With my trigger finger getting a little itchy after the last couple of fun shoots, I realized it was time to find more accessible locations for further work. I have a couple of great models with the potential for a … Continue reading

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A Quiet Moment in Vienna

I love cemeteries! I don’t know exactly the draw, but I can describe the feelings I get from them. It’s not really a feeling of remorse or sadness. It’s almost like peace, tranquility and reflection all come streaming through. The … Continue reading

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The Old Ohio Penitentiary – revisited

Nothing can compare to the overwhelming solemnity of the Old Ohio Penitentiary which used to sit prominently at the end of Neil Avenue near the Scioto River in downtown Columbus. The city has done much since it’s demolition to eliminate … Continue reading

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