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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Alias, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. Alias

    Alias

    367
    Aug 23, 2008
    Brighton UK
    Here are a selection of images from my ongoing project photographing the Drains, Culverts and Sewers that lie below our cities

    Lower COTS in Brighton
    4-14-6.
    NIKON D70    ---    18mm    f/11.0    69s    ISO 200

    Abseiling into the abyss
    _COT137672.
    NIKON D200    ---    20mm    f/5.6    1/0s    ISO 320

    The River Tyburn in London
    Tyburn-2.
    NIKON D200    ---    14mm    f/13.0    153s    ISO 100

    Megatron Drain in Sheffield
    manc-14.
    NIKON D200    ---    24mm    f/8.0    205s    ISO 100

    Cathedral of Sewage in the Works drain in Manchester
    manc-4.
    NIKON D200    ---    18mm    f/8.0    202s    ISO 100


    Alias
     
  2. Nice shoots Alias ,how is the smell down there?
     
  3. Nice shots. You are crazy.
     
  4. Great project and great photographs.
    That first one is superb.
    William Rodriguez
    Miami, Florida.
     
  5. Awesome project and awesome shots. What prompted you to take this on? Has a very National Geographic sense to it.
     
  6. Bright Angel

    Bright Angel Guest

    These photos are s*** in a good way :biggrin:
    Well done, I like the ghosts in picture 1.

    Have you got any more samples ? :rolleyes: 
     
  7. Alias

    Alias

    367
    Aug 23, 2008
    Brighton UK
  8. rocksgirl

    rocksgirl Guest

    Very well done, very interesting project.
     
  9. wow....
    those are some shots
    nice site, as well

    you are quite brave
    thanks for sharing these with us
     

  10. Thanks for sharing this--this phenomenal work! I've never done anything like this, but have always been fascinated by the stories old places tell. I've been thinking of doing a series on abandoned roads, bridges, steps and doors--"Ways of our Ancestors". But so far it is only a thought:frown:


    Cheers!
     
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