I posted these over in the Great Lakes area and an introduction but I'll move them over here as well because it fits.
The back story starts off about 6 months ago when my fiancée (at the time) and I were trying to figure out where to take our wedding pictures at. We wanted something urban. Our wedding photographer (UrineLuck) has suggested the old Hamm's brewery. I thought it was the coolest idea in the world! But my fiancée thought differently. So we ended up having our wedding photos at a different location. During the wedding day, UrineLuck had mentioned that he had a cave that he thought would be cool to take some wedding pics in. My fiancée was up for that, not as dirty.
So we ended up meeting up with UrineLuck aa few weeks after the wedding. We trekked about a mile down a railroad track and through the woods with wedding dress, suit, and tons of candles in hand. Then we all crawled through a really small hole and passed everything through and got to work lighting candles.
The pictures turned out awesome and it sparked my interest in urban exploring/spelunking. I'm addicted now. I have always like old building and climbing around in them, and now I have others I can do it with.
Here's a few of the wedding pics.