November 11th, 2004

glasses, geek girl

Caxton Barracks, Brisbane

Howdy! I just joined and would like to share some pics of my latest urban adventure. Sadly I cannot direct link from my gallery, so if you're interested you can just mosey on over...


Here
or here...

Or you can even check out the ones I did with a digital camera as opposed to my much loved "real film" on my second trip...

here
or here
and even here.

Feel free to check out the rest of them once you're there. Go on, have a look, you'll be there in no time and it's worth the trip, I swear!
my name up in lights

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Downtown Toronto used to have a handful of those New York City-style rooftop water tanks - cylindrical, pointy-roofed, made of wood. I recall them in the 1980s but some time between then and now they managed to disappear on me. Don't know why. I'd appreciate any info on these tanks in Toronto.

This morning on the way to work I photographed the steel legs that used to support two such tanks.
(King and Spadina)




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Fray

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Hey guys--this is my first post on here, and I suck at this whole internet thing, so have mercy. I was admiring everyone's kick-ass photos and wanted to take part.

I used to live in New Orleans, Louisiana, and have about a thousand urban decay photos from there. These are the first few I could locate on my hard drive. They're all from New Orleans' Warehouse District.



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