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UER Forum > US: Mid-Atlantic > SC Quarry on disposable cam (Viewed 412 times)
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SC Quarry on disposable cam
< on 5/22/2020 10:36 PM >
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It's been a while since iv'e done a post. This was a fun lil spot, I think it would be neat to do a camping trip here sometime. Tried going back recently but there were some older people having an entire picnic near the entrance.

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< Reply # 1 on 5/22/2020 11:20 PM >
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Nice shots! This looks like a nice explre site...and peaceful (aside from the picnic, i suppose ) Thanks for sharing.




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< Reply # 2 on 5/23/2020 3:22 AM >
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Nice shots! The disposable camera gives them a kind of washed out look that reminds me of vintage photographs, which is pretty cool.




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< Reply # 3 on 5/23/2020 3:24 AM >
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Awesome shots and great location, quarries can be a lot of fun!




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< Reply # 4 on 5/23/2020 6:45 AM >
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Yeah zaz!

Great set,!




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< Reply # 5 on 5/23/2020 7:00 AM >
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Looks like a Scooby Doo ghost mill

Nice shots!




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< Reply # 6 on 5/23/2020 1:32 PM >
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I am in love with this. Your film shots are wonderrrrrrrfulll <3




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< Reply # 7 on 5/25/2020 6:07 PM >
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Those are great pics. The disposable film is like a filter in itself, makes everything look classic in a way.




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< Reply # 8 on 5/26/2020 3:41 AM >
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All the quarries in Georgia and around Atlanta are pretty active and have tight security; I may have to make this a quarantine day trip. I miss being able to explore something that large without having to look over my shoulder every second.

I love the aesthetic from the disposable. Do you develop the film yourself? If you do, how do you get your pictures electronically? I'd love to start more affordably processing my film and getting it electronically.




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I love the aesthetic from the disposable. Do you develop the film yourself? If you do, how do you get your pictures electronically? I'd love to start more affordably processing my film and getting it electronically.


No I had these developed from The Darkroom. I usually have a developer I got to in Savannah but they were closed for a good min because of Covid. I was thinking about starting to develop my own film soon, I just need to buy the stuff and get comfortable with it.




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< Reply # 10 on 6/29/2020 7:20 PM >
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I feel like I've been here before. Not to give it away but is it south of Lake Hartwell?




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< Reply # 11 on 7/4/2020 2:03 PM >
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That looks really calm and tranquil, it looks like a cool place.




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< Reply # 12 on 7/4/2020 7:32 PM >
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Beautiful! I never considered how charming disposable cameras could be for capturing a location. These have a very warm, earthy atmosphere. Thanks for sharing.




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< Reply # 13 on 10/26/2020 3:19 PM >
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I got a trespassing ticket there in the summer of 2016 so be careful visiting this place.




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