Tag Archives: GDR

Did you order the Code Red?

For some reason, this scene reminded me of that great confrontation between Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise in A Few Good Men.  That has to be one of the greatest speeches in a movie…ever.  To me, it rates right up there with George C. Scott’s speech to his men in Patton.  What do you all […]

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Marquis de Sade was here…

Here’s another shot from my last explore at the old East German powerplant in Vockerode.  What a great place to shoot URBEX.  I shot the photograph you see here in a section of the old place that had been used a few years back from about 2006 to 2009 for a freaky Marquis de Sade […]

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Shine Your Light on me

Today I discovered a group with whom I had not yet been familiar, VNV Nation.  I was so struck by their music, particularly the song Nova, that I decided then and there I’d be post-processing the photograph you see here to that song.  I listened to the song several times in the car, and then several […]

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Ponder the number 83947

It’s the little things I often ponder, such as what was going the day this the gauge in this old abandoned Chemical Factory in former East Germany finally stopped. The meter at the bottom of this gauge, which reads 83947, will never make it to 83948.  Everything comes to an end, eventually… EVERYTHING! Ponder that […]

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I focus on the pain…

I shot this photograph in a decaying Operating Room of an old abandoned Soviet hospital in former East Germany, a place I had visited a four times, three of them solo.  I can’t begin to describe how creepy it is to visit a place like this alone.  You start to hear things that you hope […]

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