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Re: my first explore in HTX (2017)
< Reply # 20 on 5/21/2020 7:37 PM >
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Or they're looking straight at you. I almost shit myself when I saw this in my viewfinder.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49894418942_1743d7413d_b.jpgMajestic


Now that's a shot! What do you think the odds are that they're just there for some good old urbex too?




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This is still a good set even with just a phone camera. Have you gone back since this 2017 explore?

The Southeast has an unfortunate drought of abandoned high rises in cities. There are a few spots but they all pale in comparison to that; I may have to take a trip to Texas soon just for all of the cool urbex spots and rooftopping.




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Re: my first explore in HTX (2017)
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Now that's a shot! What do you think the odds are that they're just there for some good old urbex too?


I was inside the Majestic Hotel in Hot Springs, AR. The building was massive (even with half of it burned down), and it was a well-known landmark - probably the best-known landmark in town - until it was demolished. I’m guessing that guy was just a curious local or possibly a tourist that had absurdly coincidental timing.




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This is still a good set even with just a phone camera. Have you gone back since this 2017 explore?

The Southeast has an unfortunate drought of abandoned high rises in cities. There are a few spots but they all pale in comparison to that; I may have to take a trip to Texas soon just for all of the cool urbex spots and rooftopping.


We have not been back unfortunately. Would definitely go again though! We have three kids so its been a hot minute since we had did an explore, always creeping on here though to get my fix




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< Reply # 24 on 8/16/2020 2:11 PM >
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Thanks for sharing this, very cool! I have yet to venture into a high rise but something about it seems thrilling. Your post definitely reinforced my suspicions!




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