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Infiltration Forums > US: Southeast > Superthread (extremely pic heavy)(Viewed 3700 times)
Sheavy location:
Hoover, Alabama
 
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Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
< on 10/9/2017 6:09 PM >
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Haven't posted much from my explores recently, figured I'd make a huge thread with a bunch of stuff I haven't posted, going back to early this year. I'll probably get around to posting threads on most of these later once I get film processed etc.


First up is some shots from a real nice industrial locale, explored with pip lol and __________. This place has a 24/7 security that patrols, we haven't quite gotten to see everything here yet, but it's in the works.

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A few shots from a nice trip to the local steel works with pip lol, YotaMan20, and thingamabob.


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A few from a truly garbage explore with pip lol. The place next to this recycling plant was our main goal but it was not to be that afternoon.



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A visit to a forgotten town with pip lol.


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A fun day out exploring some industrial stuff, as well as a visit to the assisted living dracula center with pip lol and The Digital Cow.

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A visit to a forlorn, small towns, water treatment plant with pip lol.


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Finally got into a building I'd been wanting to get in for years, a small door of opportunity opened up (for about a week). Unfortunately it was not as exciting as I had hoped, still it was nice to see. Explored with The Digital Cow and friend.


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A return to a secret area of a well known location around here with __________.


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Some pics from adventuring around trying to get in some of the abundant neat underground stuffs with Slim Jim and pip lol.


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An outing to a partially active facility with pip lol. I was honestly expecting more from this place, but it was nice to see it.


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And finally some shots from a great day visiting a fairly well known industrial locale and some underground adventuring with FrownieFace.


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Thanks for looking!



Purveyor of Sinister Whimsy to the Wretched
Lurkrow location:
Huntsville, AL
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 1 on 10/10/2017 11:07 PM >
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Great shots. I love the underground ones since a few of my first explores was an abandoned mine in Georgia. Thanks for sharing.



The light at the end of the tunnel is an oncoming train
dammband location:
Atlanta, Georgia
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 2 on 10/11/2017 4:25 AM >
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Awesome shots



1footinthegrave location:
Atlanta, GA USA
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 3 on 10/11/2017 10:52 AM >
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OMG!!! So many GREAT pix!!!!!!!!!

I'm so jealous. I have so little time to do anything anymore, let alone explore. These are wonderful. They really transport you to the place.

Such crisp images too. Mine always come out blurry.....I really don't know how to control that either since I just have an autofocus camera. I'm sure someone will tell me to buy a better camera, but I have no $$ to do that. I'll just have to practice and get better, but yours are truly amazing.

Ever consider selling your shots in an art show? I like that they are free to me, but you could make $$ with how good these are. There is a real "grit" to them that you can almost feel.

....and #61 make me choke on my coffee from chuckling. That's freaking hilarious (hope I'm remembering the right shot....it was the Halloween decoration still hanging)

Thanks for posting and I look forward to seeing more!





dundertits location:
at the beginning
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 4 on 10/13/2017 12:46 AM >
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Gilgamesh walks through the mountain. He can’t see in front of him or behind him in the total darkness. He walks the first, second, and third double hour in total blackness and struggles for breath in the hot darkness. He walks four, five, and six double hours with the north wind blowing in his face. As the eleventh double hour approaches, the darkness begins to fade. At the end of the twelfth double hour, Gilgamesh emerges from the tunnel into the sweet morning air and the sunlight. He steps into a beautiful garden filled with fruit and foliage the colors of carnelian, rubies, and other jewels. Beyond the garden glitters the sea.

Nice work as always!!!!



Kabbalah is an undramatic tradition that requires great patience and stability. One of the reasons for this tempo is that everyone has to mature his potential gradually and thoroughly at his natural pace. In this way his life's work unfolds at the right moment in his own and the cosmos's time.
Z.B.S. Halevi -- Kabbalah
Wheedle location:
Northwest Georgia, USA
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 5 on 10/13/2017 1:27 AM >
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Awesome explore!



*insert witty quote here*
Naaman location:
Birmingham, Alabama, USA
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 6 on 10/13/2017 7:12 PM >
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BONERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR



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zzzluj location:
Albany, NY
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 7 on 10/13/2017 7:54 PM >
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Wow!! beautiful photos and beautiful composition, all around. I wanted to list my favorites but there were so many....



MisUnderstood! location:
SouthEast, Texas
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 8 on 10/14/2017 1:33 AM >
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Sooooo VERY nice to see a pic heavy thread as awesome as yours. I started out loving pic 4 and 5...then i saw 8, which was killer Artsy. Lost count after that, but absolutely adored almost each and every shot!! Thanks for a great set.



A place of Mystery is Always worth a curiosity trip!
Sheavy location:
Hoover, Alabama
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 9 on 10/14/2017 8:05 PM >
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Thanks for all the kind words everyone

Posted by Naaman
BONERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR





Posted by 1footinthegrave
OMG!!! So many GREAT pix!!!!!!!!!

I'm so jealous. I have so little time to do anything anymore, let alone explore. These are wonderful. They really transport you to the place.

Such crisp images too. Mine always come out blurry.....I really don't know how to control that either since I just have an autofocus camera. I'm sure someone will tell me to buy a better camera, but I have no $$ to do that. I'll just have to practice and get better, but yours are truly amazing.

Ever consider selling your shots in an art show? I like that they are free to me, but you could make $$ with how good these are. There is a real "grit" to them that you can almost feel.




Thanks!

I used a tripod for 90% of these, a tripod is almost essential for getting stable, clear shots while exploring I believe, without having to crank up the iso. I did a bit of sharpening in post as well.


Posted by dundertits
Gilgamesh walks through the mountain. He can’t see in front of him or behind him in the total darkness. He walks the first, second, and third double hour in total blackness and struggles for breath in the hot darkness. He walks four, five, and six double hours with the north wind blowing in his face. As the eleventh double hour approaches, the darkness begins to fade. At the end of the twelfth double hour, Gilgamesh emerges from the tunnel into the sweet morning air and the sunlight. He steps into a beautiful garden filled with fruit and foliage the colors of carnelian, rubies, and other jewels. Beyond the garden glitters the sea.

Nice work as always!!!!







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Fleeting location:
Toronto
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 10 on 10/14/2017 9:20 PM >
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Dude, I love your stuff, and I was disappointed when you disappeared for a while. Don't stop!


[last edit 10/14/2017 9:20 PM by Fleeting - edited 1 times]

One day I got a good camera.
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mookster location:
Oxford, UK
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 11 on 10/15/2017 5:12 PM >
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What a collection.

I'd love to join you if I ever make it down to the south.



I like car graveyards.
sanctive location:
MSP
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 12 on 10/15/2017 7:41 PM >
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What a sweet collection of shots. I'm pretty much drooling over these places, especially the spot in the first couple pics.



constants are changing...
The Digital Cow location:
Central Bama
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 13 on 10/16/2017 12:35 AM >
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Wow! This thread was absolutely awesome! As always, great shots and so many great spots. You caught #29 great and just as it was. All of the others were great, and
29 subject was little different, but that was skill to capture. This thread may set a record for awesomeness! Definitely cool places there. Thanks for sharing and letting me join on some of those.



Pear location:
Austin, TX
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 14 on 10/16/2017 7:30 PM >
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Wow, amazing thread. I can't wait to be down here around thanksgiving. I have been putting dozens of locations on my map. If anyone who lives in the bham area wants to meet up, message me. I would be glad to meet some new people.



kidchaos23 location:
Tampa Bay Area, FL
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 15 on 10/19/2017 5:25 PM >
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Dude, these were incredible!

I may be a derp, but what was that dead animal? A cow? I thought I recognized hooves...



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FoMoCo location:
Saskatchewan
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 16 on 10/19/2017 8:01 PM >
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Excellent! Just a joy to scroll through.



skatchkins location:
The Desert
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 17 on 10/19/2017 8:05 PM >
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Awesome locations. Great photos too. Really liked how you handle natural light.



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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 18 on 10/20/2017 7:38 AM >
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14 is beautiful and 68-73 are wicked cool. Good job on all of these.



Sheavy location:
Hoover, Alabama
 
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Re: Superthread (extremely pic heavy)
<Reply # 19 on 10/22/2017 4:25 AM >
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Thanks everyone!



Posted by Fleeting
Dude, I love your stuff, and I was disappointed when you disappeared for a while. Don't stop!



Thanks! I have no plans on quitting this site, even if i'm not posting much.



Posted by The Digital Cow
Wow! This thread was absolutely awesome! As always, great shots and so many great spots. You caught #29 great and just as it was. All of the others were great, and
29 subject was little different, but that was skill to capture. This thread may set a record for awesomeness! Definitely cool places there. Thanks for sharing and letting me join on some of those.



Thanks m8


Posted by kidchaos23
Dude, these were incredible!

I may be a derp, but what was that dead animal? A cow? I thought I recognized hooves...



At one point that was a big boar. Believe it or not that's actually on a public road, not a highly traveled one, but still. Someone finally got around to carted it off not to long ago.



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