Horatio Q. DeSantis State School

November 14, 2010

As I write this in 2020, it has been such an incredibly long time since I have been to this place, or really done any serious exploring, that it feels ridiculous to give this place a fake name. It’s well known. However, it is the subject of a fair amount of hand wringing in the…

Polaroid Trips 7 – 11

November 4, 2010

At some point, bringing other people to see Polaroid and just going for fun started to become a reason to go, rather than just trying to photograph. On these trips, I visited the main office building. It was probably the most empty and least interesting building on campus. However, the windowed cafeteria sitting right along…

Bethlehem Steel – Trip 4

October 5, 2010

Delaware Power Station

August 2, 2010

John Brown’s Body – July 30 – 31, 2010

July 31, 2010

Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD)

June 27, 2010

I have visited NAWCAD three times now. Once was at night, but the two daytime trips were made in absolutely oppressive heat. The second trip’s hazards also included workers actively gathering scrap metal from the site as we shot. However, despite the blazing heat and difficult entrance, everything worked out pretty well, and I was…

Geena at Medfield

June 24, 2010

Easy Star Allstars and Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad – June 6, 2010

June 6, 2010

Amsterdam, NY Warehouse

June 2, 2010

I don’t have a lot of information on this warehouse. I got a tip from a family friend that there were some abandonments in Amsterdam…that it was a one factory town and that factory had closed…and managed to confirm the info online. It seemed like a chill spot so we stopped here on our way…

Hotel Adler

May 12, 2010

This was the first stop on a whirlwind 4 day exploring trip with my friends Dave and Dan. I had obtained information on the hotel from someone I knew from exploring forums, and we took the long drive out here in one shot. I have to say, it was an excellent way to kick off…

Acadian Freedom

May 12, 2010

North Truro Naval Air Station

April 29, 2010

Much to my dismay, I discovered after hours of bushwhacking that the radome at this facility was still very much in use for tracking international flights. As soon as I heard the hum of the motors I decided I did not want to get anywhere NEAR the facility, for both legal and safety reasons, but…