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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

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Hey, Huffpost readers! Thanks for the visit. Feel free to shoot me some questions in the comments here and I'll answer them as best I can. If you wanna see some physical prints, there are a few hanging at Brookyn Launchpad which is located at 721 Franklin Ave in Crown Heights. If you really like my work, please browse through my site and consider buying a print or two. Most of it goes back into camera equipment, travel, and legal fees.

8 comments:

  1. The slideshow viewer on huffingtonpost is annoying and low quality. any chance you could post links to the full high resolution versions here? especially Municipal Building. beautiful work.

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  2. These photos are great. Good work Shane.

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  4. Cool to give us the link to physical prints as well

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  8. I just stumbled across this blog, and the adventures that you go on are phenomenal. I read all of your stories, and i especially love the rocket silo story, along with your trip to the abandoned Discovery island. As a senior in High School, i always wanted to be a journalist, and a photographer. But at the same time, i like the sense of uncertainty, and adventure. I live in the middle of suburban Texas, and so there's not so many interesting attractions. But I always love to leave the neighborhood and venture out downtown, or go out in nature and explore abandoned or hidden places. its really exhilarating. I never really could admire regular tourist attractions. I feel like i'm on rails. i feel like i'm being held by a leash, having someone tell me where and where not to go. That's why I've never liked haunted houses. its too predictable. To have the opportunity to work with someone like you, and do the things, and go to places like this would be a dream come true. the feeling of exploration, and rediscovering the forgotten, or the abandoned is remarkable. There was a hospital i went to as a kid, i went there for doctors appointments, and checkups until it went bankrupt and shut down. As soon as i had the chance i had to explore the abandoned facility. i never had the chance to take pictures, but the feeling of sneaking into that building and walking the halls at night with friends, admiring the abandoned equipment, and reading old hospital records(i happened to run into a copy of my birth certificate, along with surgical records and other info about nurses and patients). the feeling was the most invigorating experience. And to do the things you do would be an opportunity i would invest my whole life in in a heartbeat. This is truly my dream job, and i naturally have a thirst for exploration, fueled by curiosity, and can only be quenched with adventure!

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