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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.  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 […]

Abandoned Belle Isle Zoo Adventure

On Monday, October 21, 2013 Bryan Levy and I headed to Belle Isle to explore the abandoned Belle Isle Zoo, which first opened in 1895 and closed for good in 2002.  The last time we were on the island we happened upon the entrance to the zoo, and walked around a bit but since it […]

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. […]

Michigan Train Station

Back in April, through Motor City Photography Workshops, I was able to get inside and shoot the Michigan Train Station. And this time, we had permission from the owner of the building for our photography group to take a tour through the first floor of the building (I am part-owner of MCPW if you didn’t […]

Packard Plant Outing – Detroit, MI

A small group of photogs from a local photography group set off early on a Sunday (April 3) morning what was to be my latest adventure in urbexing: heading down to the Packard Plant, a common urbexing destination for many a photographer. This was my first trip to the building. I couldn’t believe how big […]