Tag Archives: urban exploration

Remnants…

I always love coming across abandoned military gear during my explorations. I’ve discovered some really cool stuff, which I almost always leave where I found it. There’s only one thing I’ve kept from all my URBEX adventures, had it framed and get to appreciate it every time I look up at my wall.  What you […]

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Cooking up a storm…

I love this old abandoned kitchen at this decaying sanatorium in Germany. I wonder how many people they cooked for in this place. Processing this shot today with the soon to be released Aurora HDR 2018 and already released Luminar Neptune brought back some truly awesome memories of epic urban explorations in Germany, especially in […]

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A little bit of this…

… and a little bit of that.  That’s basically how I approach my post-processessing work (the editing of the images) when it comes to my photography.  For example, I talked about the new Aurora HDR 2018 software the last couple of days, but for me to be truly finished with one of my photographs, in […]

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American Psycho

I know I’ve said this before, but it’s dang creepy exploring abandoned asylums on your own, particularly when you come across a scene like this.  Who knows what lurks behind the next turn… a zombie, an angry specter, or, worse still, a psycho!

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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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