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Time’s up

I’m enjoying the heck out of shooting lots of non Urban Exploration (URBEX) stuff at the moment, but I have to be honest: I miss URBEXing!  That’s about to change, I think, as I learned from a fella I met here in Redding that there are plenty of URBEXy things to explore here in the […]

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A breath of fresh air

For those of you paying close attention, you might have noticed that I had actually posted to this blog earlier today.  Problem was that I was posting a lame shot, rather than something I had created with great care.  Well, that’s just not right.  So, I’ve deleted that post, and replaced it with the shot […]

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Won’t you come and save me…

The name of this post means more than meets the eye, at first, at least to me.  While I was initially captured by this scene because it reminded me of one of my all time favorite movies, Cool Hand Luke, it was one particular scene in the movie that screamed “shoot this scene now”!  Yep, […]

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Kraftwerksdenkmal Vockerode

I recently had the opportunity to visit Kraftwerk Vockerode, which is now known as Kraftwerksdenkmal Vockerode, and certainly worth a visit if you can swing it.  My guide for the visit, a former East German crane operator who worked at the Kraftwerk until the day it was shut down in 1994, was a wealth of […]

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It’s all under control!

One of the great things about living here in Berlin, Germany, is that you have a LOT of great sites nearby (mostly in what was once East Germany) just crying out to be explored.  I am only happy to oblige. One site I visited recently, in Vockerode, Germany, is about an hour’s drive from my […]

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