Tag Archives: abandonment

Website is Back and Mansfield Reformatory Was Awesome

Firstly – my website is back! Secondly – this is no longer what I am calling a “blog” but now aptly named “Photo Stories”. I have to give credit to OnOne’s Matt Kloskowski’s website for the inspiration to make the change. It just sounds so much better than “bloooooog”. I have been updating my website since the […]

Last Images of 2013

Happy New Year to all! The year is being rounded out by an exploration trip to visit The Whittier Building in Detroit this morning. Β And yes, it was bitterly cold out and did not get a chance to explore as much as we would have if it wasn’t. I have scoped out this building several […]

The Metropolitan Building – My First Visit

The Metropolitan Building has long been on my list of Detroit abandoned buildings to explore.  Myself and three friends made the trip a couple of weeks ago, however, the way in is a bit more involved than most buildings I have explored. It involves climbing up scaffolding into a first floor window.  And, in the […]

Abstract Things at the Fisher Body Plant in Detroit

Last Friday we went exploring once again to the Fisher Body Plant on one of our Advanced Urban Outings. I have been to the Fisher Body Plant probably eight times at least. It is one of my favorite places to shoot, but after exploring so many times it can be a challenge to shoot something new. […]