Tag Archives: Abandoned

Lifestyle

Isn’t it great when you find a perfect subject sitting in an ideal position to be captured by your digital sensor? That’s what happened with this hat. I didn’t manipulate this scene at all…the hat was sitting just as it is, with that sliver of light illuminating the one side perfectly. Sometimes things just work […]

If You Build It? – Backstop

A bit of a continuation of what will probably be a small ‘If You Build It?’ series from Seebe, AB. You can find the first in the series here. This old baseball diamond was the first real abandoned location I have ever tried to shoot, and I’ll admit, it was kinda scary walking around this […]

Stovetop

Thought I’d start November off with a little urbex from my trip to Seebe a little while ago. Seebe is a small abandoned Hamlet in Kananaskis country north and west of Calgary. It was established in the early 1900’s as the hub of a number of hydro electric dams in the Kananaskis region, and served […]

Winter Decay

Over the past couple of months I’ve had the pleasure of making some fantastic photographer friends over Twitter, and a number of them are masters of grunge and urbex photography (you know who you are). I’ve been trying to find some suitable locations in and around the Calgary area but I haven’t been having too […]