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UER Forum > US: Southeast > Somewhere in the sunshine state (Viewed 390 times)
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Somewhere in the sunshine state
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Taken inside of one of the cell blocks. All the sinks and desks had been removed from the cells.

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This hallway led into a building that I am assuming was a main room or a common area. There is nothing left in there but some toilets and tress growing through. The roof is falling in.

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Looks like someone tried to sweep up the mess left behind. That rattle can was a neat subject. Whoever tagged the walls was their recently. You could still smell it. I didnt take photos of the graffiti. I am not a fan.

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Not much to say about this. This is 3 different windows. I caught the composition of this while walking out the corner of my eye, thought it would look cool.

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This was my favorite room of the whole prison. There was a lot of things left here. Including the scissors in the post below. There were also dominoes all over the place. Flipped tables. More graffiti. I photoshopped it out. Racism and shit doesnt work in my images.

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See above

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This was the hallway in the main building we entered. All those rooms are holding cells on the right. I am assuming inmate booking.

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Nature is taking this place back. This was the back wall in the church. This room was eerie to me.

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Church from the outside. The entire right half was burned out.

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This was the barbershop for the prison. Wish there was more to this room. I shot this from outside the window looking in.

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Upperstairs from the inside of the second cell block. Looks like people have been stealing the doors and using them for scrap metal.


I would like to return here. There was a few building we didnt get to explore, turns out the property next to it had people out their working and we felt the right move was to leave.



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Re: Somewhere in the sunshine state
< Reply # 1 on 2/21/2018 2:12 AM >
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Great photos. It sure would be nice to k ow a little bit about them.




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Sorry. I was on my way out of the office when I posted these images. Wanted to just get them up before leaving as all my images are on my desktop there. I have more images I didnt post. Might keep those for myself or post them at a later date.




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It's much more interesting with context. This looks like an interesting place for portraiture.




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I actually have a model lined up for the next time I go out here.


Oh heads up if you go here.... watch out for owls.




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Two more.

The first one is another one of my favorites. You can really see trees coming through here. Those are more than vines, they are roots. Legit tree roots were coming in through through the floor.

The second is just a cool shot of an empty room with the roof falling away. Both of these images are of the same building. Just different rooms. 1.


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Those roots are wild! Like veins spreading throughout the body.




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Clean set. Good focal points too.
Good job.




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Those roots are wild! Like veins spreading throughout the body.


Yeah that will be printed in the next week to hang in my office. That was probably the coolest thing I saw there.




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Clean set. Good focal points too.
Good job.



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