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UER Forum > US: Northeast > Knocked a couple spots of the old list. (Viewed 1543 times)
Ghost5 


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Knocked a couple spots of the old list.
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Finally got a chance to check out a few spots I never got around to seeing over the years. Didn't get to spend too much time at either location but still had a good time. The first spot is very busy between us shooting it,the graff artist and the scrappers that are still picking the building clean. Second location is not to far away from falling in on it self, wont be to many years left in some of the buildings. I hope to head back and spend a full day there. Also the morning light makes it tough to shoot but we were could only spend a couple hours on site. There was a what appeared to be a security guard watching the location but not 100%. Last 2 shots are from Philly. Will add a few more when I get a few to edit them.

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Benjamin Franklin Bridge by Damien, on Flickr

Taggers safe haven. by Damien, on Flickr

DSC09015 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC09012 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC08981 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

stacks wm by damien look out, on Flickr

Lost time is never found again. Benjamin Franklin by Damien, on Flickr

DSC09069 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC09058 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC08941 by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC08963 by damien look out, on Flickr




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nice




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Nice shots!! That crashed plane sculpture is really something! Do you know any backstory on it?




Ghost5 


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Nice shots!! That crashed plane sculpture is really something! Do you know any backstory on it?


The plaques dont really explain much but this article covers it well.

http://www.roadsid...ca.com/story/33508




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Outstanding shots.




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Outstanding shots.


Thank you.




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Great stuff! Love that first one.




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Nice shots from some great places!!!!!




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Thanks guys heres the last few shots from that weekend.

The first shot is on my regular Flickr, the rest are on my photo dump flickr. Please follow on the first one if you do.

The way out by Damien, on Flickr

DSC09066 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC09000 by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC08969 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC09061 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC09029 wm by damien look out, on Flickr

DSC08977 wm by damien look out, on Flickr



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What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time. John Berger
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What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time. John Berger
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I love the crib picture!




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these pics ROCK! love em. love.




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