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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1340 on 8/26/2015 6:58 PM >
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Hey everyone, I'm from Phoenix, AZ, and recently learned more about urban exploring. I've heard of the term before, but I thought it only referred to more extreme exploring like going into subway tunnels and sneaking into Area 51. Didn't realize that roofing (rooftopping?) and draining were included. I haven't really done much UE before, but I always had a bit of an attraction to factories, train stations, drain tunnels, and probably above all (haha, get it?) going on roofs.

I've already read up on a bunch of stuff on the forums and got some useful tips, so I'm gonna start exploring some more soon. I've already found a decent location to get to a roof, sadly it's not very high but it should be a decent start for a UE newbie like me. I wish there were more taller buildings around where I live.

Anyways, have a good day everyone!



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1341 on 9/1/2015 2:21 PM >
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Hey guys, I'm Alice. I have been exploring for about two years now but only lurking here. I am originally from the Denver area and have made my way out east, to Baltimore within the past month. I love to read, play board games, and build computers. I am looking forward to finally becoming a part of this community and meeting some interesting new people!



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1342 on 9/3/2015 4:45 PM >
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Paxton here. Somewhat new to this but I've been to a few schools and factories around my state. Looking to get more into it after seeing the amazing things posted on this website. I'll be sharing a few amateur photos (looking for a nicer camera) and trying to learn from more experienced people so hello and thanks in advance.



sksam location:
SF Bay Area
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1343 on 9/6/2015 8:52 PM >
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Hey all! My name is Sam & I'm currently living in the bay area, CA! I've always been interested in places/buildings that have been abandoned & forgotten by time & I've finally made a couple steps towards checking easy access areas out recently! I'm a complete beginner but I'd like to change this by exploring more & more places(hopefully w/ other members as well) & learning from experience!



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1344 on 9/6/2015 9:41 PM >
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"Alright, alright, alright." Let's do this introduction thing. I live in Texas, north of DFW area in a very small town. Growing up we learned quick that exploring was something fun to do in a town with nothing to do. I've gotten back into exploring more often of late. I ran across a group of like minded people on Facebook and I've enjoyed that group very much and learned about many cool and exciting places to explore. Some I've gotten to, some are still on the list. For me there is just nothing like the exhilaration of stepping into the quiet of an abandonment, eyes adjusting to the light, looking for the first thing to shoot with my Canon. Listening for footsteps, watching for dangers, and shooting shooting shooting. And then, I can't wait to get back home and process the pics and tell my urbex friends all about it! So that's pretty much me in a nutshell. Any other questions? Just message me. I'm fairly friendly and rarely bite.



Exploring since I was a teen. Always looking for some "new" old abandonment to explore and photograph. Afraid of snakes, clowns and teethy animals.
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1345 on 9/7/2015 9:43 PM >
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Hi! I'm Ben and I am new to uer. I have a passion for exploring and always like to try new stuff. I have found some of the sites mentioned on this site by myself and wanted to learn more about them so I looked them up and got led to here. I am really exited about everything that I have read so far and want to learn more. I am living in the ca bay area and want to explore more close to my home



KomradeKolt location:
Texarkana, TX
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1346 on 9/9/2015 4:33 AM >
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Hey guys,
I'm Kolt. I'm from Texarkana. Grew up here, always heard ghost stories about the Grim Hotel and other similar places in the area. I've been aware of Urban Exploring for a while now but never really got into it until recently when me and a few bored friends decided to go take pictures of a few places around town. I'm into airsoft and camping, so naturally I took to the danger and physical hardship of exploring rather quickly. I am looking to branch out and contact some local explorers so that I'm not forced to go alone in the event my normal group (who mostly kind of suck at refraining from breaking things, being discreet, dressing themselves, etc.) are unable to make it. In any case, I look forward to contributing some quality photos and even better stories here. If you're near me and feel like getting some food and possibly exploring some of the places around here that are still untouched by graffiti, vandalism, and security, hit me up!



thetrainguru location:
Jasper AB
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1347 on 9/9/2015 6:53 PM >
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Welcome all to UER!

Stay Safe and out of trouble!

and have fun



Create don`t destroy.

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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1348 on 9/9/2015 8:48 PM >
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Hello everyone ! My name is Jessica. I've always had an interest for urban exploring. Only recently, have I started really exploring. I'm born and raised in NYC but I go to school in Rochester, NY. I do a lot of exploring in Rochester. I would love to start poke around in NYC but I'm waiting til I have more experience since it's a little more strict over there.

Usually, I go with a couple of friends but it would be nice to meet other people around Rochester. Feel free to PM me if you would like to link up. I just started a youtube channel. If anyone is interested, here are some of my stuff:

https://www.youtub...atch?v=5ASFqDj9bC4 (Incinerator Plant)

https://www.youtub...atch?v=XxfX-CBS_7I (Insane Asylum)


(I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post links of my videos but if it's against the rules, I'll remove it)




namelessgrowl location:
San Diego / Bangkok
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1349 on 9/10/2015 8:04 AM >
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Posted by Clinophile
Hey team!

I go by Cline. Born in Tampa, raised in Thailand. I'm now momentarily back in Tampa. I'd love to make some new friends, look for places I'm not supposed to be, and just ruining clothes. I'm a twenty-odd year old boy, learned in the ways of computer magic. I am newer in the ways of UE, but self-preservation is something I grew up with.



That's awesome, I was born in, and lived in Thailand all my life but just moved to San Diego. Did you do much exploring in Thailand? Never found much of an urbex community here despite all the abandonments - or maybe I just haven't been looking hard enough.



The proofs of death are statistics and everyone runs the risk of being the first immortal. - Jorge Luis Borges

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LordDragonEye location:
NS, Canada
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1350 on 9/13/2015 1:21 PM >
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Good Day

I'm Knowing as Lord Dragon Eye, I'm form parts unknown I don't reveal much about my self for a reason, I'm a explorer and have been for a few years I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty, I made a number of videos of places I explored or visited.

Here some of my stuff:
https://www.yout...RjKtl-iLqM3-_I7M

I also have a website: http://bazaaradventures.weebly.com/

Hope you enjoy
Bewell
Dragon



Lord Dragon Eye On YouTube
https://www.youtub...laRjKtl-iLqM3-_I7M
JasonJacksonPhoto location:
VA
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1351 on 9/13/2015 4:37 PM >
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Posted by LordDragonEye
Good Day

I'm Knowing as Lord Dragon Eye, I'm form parts unknown I don't reveal much about my self for a reason, I'm a explorer and have been for a few years I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty, I made a number of videos of places I explored or visited.

Here some of my stuff:
https://www.yout...RjKtl-iLqM3-_I7M

I also have a website: http://bazaaradventures.weebly.com/

Hope you enjoy
Bewell
Dragon


Welcome to the forums! I just gotta say that not revealing the general area of where you live is going to make it harder to enjoy this forum up to it's full potential. I don't live in Washington DC but I say I do just because my house is nearby.



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1352 on 9/14/2015 2:49 AM >
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I'm definitely not a *new* member per se, but today was the first time I've posted I think.. in years at least. Just added to the Loblaws Warehouse in the Canadantario forum. Looking forward to sharing more ;)



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1353 on 9/16/2015 12:52 AM >
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I'm new to the forums-I created an account awhile back and forgot about posting here.

I've been super interested in urban exploration for about five years, I got my start reading at Infiltration and I've been hooked ever since. I've done some pretty cool places in my local area. I love photography, I primarily shoot 35mm and medium format film. I currently use a Nikon FG as my workhorse camera but I'm going to be upgrading to a Canon F1 soon. I'm looking forward to contributing to this site and gaining some knowledge from the users here. I'm just hoping I don't run into an insider's club. That being said, I'd love to share some of my photography (not all of it is UE photography) and get to know any and all of you!

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GustavoLeBear location:
DFW Area
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1354 on 9/16/2015 6:53 PM >
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Hello everyone! I have always had an interest in Urban Exploration but until earlier this year I haven't really given it a shot. I'm a sophomore in college with an interest in urbexing, longboarding, photography, and building stuff. I am always looking for an opportunity to go and meet new people, especially people that share similar interests.



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1355 on 9/18/2015 8:16 AM >
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Living in Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas
First ever explore was an abandoned hippie hotel in 1995 since then almost 100 others - houses, restaurants, warehouses, grain mills, office buildings, hotels, resorts, schools, various retail establishments, 2 barns, 2 structures with significant fire damage, 2 horse racetracks, abandoned train cars, an abandoned neighborhood, a military hospital, an army barracks, a truck depot, a power plant, a meat packing plant, a mall, a water treatment plant, a mansion, a castle, a military fort, a church, a boat house & a new construction crane. I loved all of them.
Most explores have been in Texas but have also been to locations in Connecticut, Hawaii, Massachusetts and New York. Planning two trips by year's end to Las Vegas and Colorado. Plenty of locations in the states I have yet to visit and would love to travel internationally at some point.
Still learning the finer points of urbex photography but love documenting the places I've been. Very interested in historical information and finding old photos to compare with my visits.
Have met a great group of fellow explorers in the D/FW area. I love seeing their photos and experiencing the explore from their point of view. Explore alone and in groups, just depends of where I'm going and who's available.
First brush with the law was 2 days ago, it was not fun but I was allowed to leave after a complete search and stern warning.
That's it for now, hope to meet some of you on future explores or at UE events.
Safe travels!



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1356 on 9/20/2015 3:43 AM >
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Hey folks, I'm not new to urban exploration, but I didn't really know that's what I was doing. I live in the DFW area and usually just grab a friend or two to go roaming with me. I've got a family, so I try to keep it reasonably tame with where I'm going and the risks.

I'm an older guy that's always looked at old buildings and tunnels when I had a chance to stop. I usually did it when I was on my way to hunt, fish, or go hiking somewhere. Those were my real passions. A few years ago I got in a wreck and it screwed things up bad enough that I can't hunt fish, or really hike, so I'm taking up photography and I still love the old buildings and good graffiti. So, I'm trying to find some fun places to go get decent pictures and just enjoy myself a bit.


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Antash location:
Wroclaw, Poland
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1357 on 9/21/2015 1:31 PM >
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Hello!
As you can see I'm from Poland, I live in one of the major cities - Wroclaw, albeit it cannot be even compared to the metropolises that are in US ;) (circa 700k ppl)

I'm 25, and I started exploring about 3 years ago. For me UE is mostly about the thrill, adrenaline, and learning history of some of the places. I do not take photos, but guys who I'm usually exploring with shoot films ;)

Since English isn't my first language I will be making mistakes, and I'm sure that I've already made some, so sorry for that, doing my best!



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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1358 on 9/25/2015 10:26 PM >
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Hey guys!! I'm Carl, a 20YO canadian who's about to leave for a backpacking world trip. I've never really urban explored before, but I'm really into it. Mostly abandoned factories or other creepy stuff!

So if you're willing to teach a noob, hit me up! I might visit your region sometime soon!

(I might not be an advanced explorer, but I swear im smart and in a good shape ahah)




Defer location:
S. Massachusetts
 
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Re: New Member? Introduce Yourself Here!
<Reply # 1359 on 9/26/2015 5:31 PM >
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Hey everyone!! My name is Defer and I currently reside in MA and like to go exploring around New Bedford and some other really historical cities. I'm currently a freshman in high school and I play music, along with Exploring. Thanks for the welcome into the community, and I hope I have a fun experience!



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