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Urban exploring, also known as urban exploration or UE, is the act of exploring abandoned or off-limits places within an urban environment. This can include abandoned buildings, factories, power plants, and other structures that have been left behind and forgotten. Urban exploring is often done for the thrill of discovery and the opportunity to see and capture unique, hidden locations.
Urban explorers need to be prepared for the challenges of exploring abandoned places, such as navigating unstable terrain and dealing with potential safety hazards. It is also important to understand the legal and ethical implications of urban exploring, as many abandoned places are private property and may not be open to the public.
Urban exploring can often involve photography, as explorers capture the beauty and decay of the structures they discover. This genre of photography, known as abandoned photography, provides a unique glimpse into our past and the impact of time and neglect on the built environment.
In conclusion, urban exploring is the act of exploring abandoned places within an urban environment, often for the thrill of discovery and the opportunity to capture unique, hidden locations. Urban explorers must be prepared for the challenges and potential hazards involved, as well as be mindful of the legal and ethical implications of their actions.
I explore abandoned structures, in addition to drains, rooftops and also active facilities.
Freaktography.com showcases stories in addition to urban exploration photography to anyone interested in abandoned places or cityscape and rooftopping photography
Feel free to navigate the menu’s above and below to see the many locations I have visited and photographed.
My photography is also available to purchase online, should you see something you like.
Abandoned photography is a genre of photography that captures the beauty and decay of abandoned buildings, abandoned factories, and other structures.
It often explores themes of time and decay, as well as the impact of humans on the environment.
Abandoned photography can be haunting and eerie, capturing the emptiness of these structures and the stories they hold.
By capturing the beauty of decay, abandoned photography raises important questions about our relationship with the built environment and the way we use and abandon our structures.
Urban explorers and photographers often work together to capture the essence of abandoned places, using their cameras to document these abandoned structures before they are lost forever.
Through abandoned photography, we can remember and pay homage to the past, and capture the beauty of what was once there.
A Disclaimer about Urban Exploring
1 – It’s dangerous – people have fallen through floors into basements, broken legs, arms, torn ligaments, pulled muscles, got stitches and yes…died etc. Please be very careful of where you step and to always be aware of your surroundings.
2 – It’s illegal – anyone entering an abandoned building is trespassing and also could be charged with B&E, Mischief or more. I am in no way suggesting you do any of the above
3 – About Trespassing, In Ontario, Canada the fine is the equivalent to getting a speeding ticket or a parking ticket, you are fined $65 and you do not have a record of it. However, depending on how you act when you are caught it could be upgraded to mischief or B&E which are a criminal offence.
I will assume no responsibility for your actions should you be charged.
If you are a surviving family and have discovered any posts with stress and dismay, please message me immediately. I visit locations with deep respect, and will be happy to remove all traces of these photos and videos at your request.
If I approach any location to find all access points to be sealed, I always walk away. If access is only possible via forced entry, I always walk away. No personal belongings or items are ever removed from any location I explore