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Hi to all, I have a passion for photography in adandoned buildings.

I'm moving to Philadelphia in a less than a week, and I'm hoping to be able to take lots of great photos of really old buildings there.

xxx 300year-77

A lot of time spent looking, watching and learning.

Very much an amateur photographer, I was into 35mm photography a few years back, mainly black and white images, but now am only using a point and shoot Casio digital camera at this stage, I am hoping to move up a digital SLR in the Autumn.

We got cought at 2am in the morning in the pissing rain.

I have been there 6 or 7 times, only up until the beggining of August it was easy to get in.

I'm moving to Philadelphia in a less than a week, and I'm hoping to be able to take lots of great photos of really old buildings there. Nice to meet you and I can say I'm glad to be here! I've always been into abandoned buildings and what not, I just didnt know there was an organized hobby around it. I have always found myself drawn to abandoned things and places, and once I shot my first HDR in an abandoned location, that was it!

Anybody have any tips or good photo spots in Philly? I really love abandonment and to visit such evocative and poetic places....! ;) and I'm a marketing manager involved into Truck tires business for a multinational worldwide organization.....my (FEW) freetime I love to shoot! Nice to meet you and I can say I'm glad to be here! I had never heard the term Urbex until I saw Fritz's photo entries. Hoping to learn a lot from this group, and to share as much as I can as well. I am pretty new to URBEX, but am hooked completely.

I'm pretty new to this Urbex thing and have been on a few explores with my camera so far...can't wait to go out again...

I'm always looking out for boarded up buildings these days!

This is my first post in this group, thought i'd say hi here.

My interest in exploring started well before I even knew of "urban exploration".

My interest in exploring started well before I even knew of "urban exploration".

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