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UER Forum > UE Photography > From Religion To Drugs (Viewed 510 times)
TheSwanStation 


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From Religion To Drugs
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Just some random highlights from the last few months.








Deacon Blues










Cast in a golden light
No dress rehearsal
This is our life







Mabel's House











The Hobbit Church










You can break my heart and crush my dreams
But you can never take my soul









You Never Forget Your First Dome










And all we gonna do
Is walk around to catch the thrill










"Paint me like one of your French bandos."










If he can't drive with a broken back
At least he can polish the fenders










We are living in the days of thunder










We've got a thing that's called radar love










Time everlasting
Time to play B-sides










All That Jazz










First comes love, then comes marriage....










Umbrella Corporation










Grande Entrance










For The Birds










"Nothing's finer than being in your diner"










"What's the first rule of slide club?"










I don't see nothin' wrong
With a little bump n' grind










Drugs Are Really Excellent






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L0st1nt1m3 


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Re: From Religion To Drugs
< Reply # 1 on 12/8/2018 4:42 AM >
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These all look amazing! Also I love the look of the 1950's diner. (Pic Number 17, I think.)




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Anything but dogs. God I'm terrified of dogs...

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< Reply # 2 on 12/8/2018 5:18 AM >
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'Cause you know, all those bumper cars which you aren't allowed to bump people in...

Really love the Hobbit Church (4) though! It tells a story.




MisUnderstood! 


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W/MyOwnEyes

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< Reply # 3 on 12/8/2018 5:37 AM >
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Oh My! These are excellent captures. love the Blue lighting in the first shot. Mabels house looks like Mabel could come back any minute. And, then there is that lovely Dome and Radar Love. Just too cool. One of my faves is First comes Love...i remember singing that when i was a kid in first grade. That Boy Doll though!?! kind of creepy lol




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Mmmmm...peely paint!

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< Reply # 4 on 12/8/2018 6:39 AM >
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Wow, great shots, and perfect captioning! The dolls in the stroller are indeed creepy, but I remember that schoolyard chant for sure. That old car, the Grande Entrance, and slide club are probably my favorites, but they're all keepers and instant classics. Thanks for sharing!




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i explore things sometimes

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< Reply # 5 on 12/8/2018 9:26 AM >
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I love the captions for each of the photos! It really makes them unique. Picture #2 looks like a really fun explore




A collection of my explores:
https://www.instagram.com/und3rlie/
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< Reply # 6 on 12/8/2018 11:40 AM >
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That drug store is amazing. it seems as though it hasn't been changed in 60 years.




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< Reply # 7 on 12/8/2018 7:27 PM >
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Really nice shots of some awesome spots!




TheDrummer 


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Asbestos Addict

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Re: From Religion To Drugs
< Reply # 8 on 12/10/2018 9:31 PM >
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Loving the hobbit church. How was it inside?




We're all just trying to feel a little less dead inside.
TheSwanStation 


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Posted by L0st1nt1m3
These all look amazing! Also I love the look of the 1950's diner. (Pic Number 17, I think.)


Thank you! I loved the diner as well. Unfortunately I only had time to get about three shots in there before we got kicked out by the white trash neighbors.







Post by OriginalJynx
'Cause you know, all those bumper cars which you aren't allowed to bump people in...

Really love the Hobbit Church (4) though! It tells a story.


They are go karts, so bumping is not their main function lol.

I really like that little stone church. It is near a large abandoned convent.







Post by MisUnderstood!
Oh My! These are excellent captures. love the Blue lighting in the first shot. Mabels house looks like Mabel could come back any minute. And, then there is that lovely Dome and Radar Love. Just too cool. One of my faves is First comes Love...i remember singing that when i was a kid in first grade. That Boy Doll though!?! kind of creepy lol



Thank you for your kind words as always! I love that church for the way the light comes through the stained glass. It is a extremely photogenic spot. Mabel's house has been vacant since 2014, but was completely untouched. Both of the dolls were pretty high on the creepy scale!







Post by Cfourexplore
Wow, great shots, and perfect captioning! The dolls in the stroller are indeed creepy, but I remember that schoolyard chant for sure. That old car, the Grande Entrance, and slide club are probably my favorites, but they're all keepers and instant classics. Thanks for sharing!


Thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed looking at them and appreciate the captions!
The car is a 40s era Cadillac.






Post by und3rlie
I love the captions for each of the photos! It really makes them unique. Picture #2 looks like a really fun explore



Thank you! I enjoy coming up with the captions for my shots. I have a lot of fun with it and I think it helps add a bit extra to them.

#2 was fun but also incredibly nerve wracking. As the place still has power and active security rolling around. Also definitely not a place you want to get caught in!








Post by Onajhn
Really nice shots of some awesome spots!



Thank you so much!!








Post by TheDrummer
Loving the hobbit church. How was it inside?


Quite small, but really neat. It is part of a much larger convent property, which is also abandoned. There isn't much to it inside, although I think there is another room we were unable to access. There is a garden with statues behind it. I imagine it was used by the nuns as a secluded place to sit with nature and pray, or whatever it is nuns do on their free time.

I do have some shots from there. Just need to get around to converting them to JPEG so I can upload.




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"Its O'Neill, with two L's"

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< Reply # 10 on 12/15/2018 4:17 AM >
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Very cool shots! Love the wall of vinyl. Nice job!




southshore 


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i guess the transmission is gone

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< Reply # 11 on 12/19/2018 11:34 PM >
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can't believe that oculus at that hospital is still almost entirely intact




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< Reply # 12 on 12/21/2018 11:04 AM >
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A shredding compilation!!




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I like the captions you put!




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TheSwanStation 


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Posted by tombombadom
Very cool shots! Love the wall of vinyl. Nice job!


Thanks! That house was a real surprise. We found it completely by accident and from the outside it looked like it would not contain much of interest.

Just goes to show you can never judge a house by its walls!







Post by southshore
can't believe that oculus at that hospital is still almost entirely intact


A few more panels have been broken, likely by kids throwing bricks onto it from the roof, since the first time I went here back in 2012. The water damage in this room, and the entire complex, has also gotten progressively worse. I honestly fear the dome may not last another decade. I hope it can be saved somehow, but I am not optimistic about that actually happening.







Post by krush
A shredding compilation!!


Thank you so much dude!!!







Post by xlookex
I like the captions you put!


Thanks! I always caption my shots. I feel as though it adds that little extra something.




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