Take a look at the world through my eyes.
I don't spend all my time in derelict places. Sometimes I actually see the sun, and I take pictures in it!
I spend a good portion of my free time traipsing about abandoned buildings. I enjoy how each place tells its own story and holds forgotten treasures. It's as though one day everyone just left, leaving random ephemera scattered about. The items left behind are often a mystery, a puzzle I want to share.
Beauty can be found in all places. I especially like it amongst the decay of abandoned places.
I have a soft spot for graveyards of all sizes, especially ornate statuary and mausoleums. I enjoy stopping at them as I drive through towns.
Cars, trucks, trains, buses, you name it, if it has wheels it gets left behind to rust!
Light painting is a fun and somewhat tricky technique in which a photo is taken at night with a long exposure (usually at least 30 seconds up to several minutes). The bright colors in the photograph are from me running around with a colored gel over my flash, and possibly some flashlights, to add color to the scene.