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My job takes me all over and sometimes I go through certain areas several times throughout the year. On several trips on I10 east I crossover the Mighty Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, LA, and to the right I see UZIT in orange, white, and black on the side of what looks like a old river front warehouse that was used to load and unload barges. You can see it very clearly from the bridge and every time I passed this I thought to myself, "I would love to grap a shot of that". Well today I got my chance, me and Google maps found our way there and to my surprise the ramp was removed and there was a locked gate that stood in front of me and my shot of UZIT. After pumping myself up I went ahead and broke the law, I climbed up the concrete base with the help of a well placed log and squeezed through the already bent gate. I was hell bent on getting the shot of UZIT and getting out of there, but while walking across a rusted out steel plate walkway that looked and felt like it could give way anytime, I noticed a lot of artwork on the side walls of the walkway. Once off the walkway I'm greeted by this chalking of the word MUNCHiES, and turning to the left I see this explosion of colors on the inside walls of this building.
you sure love your pics dude. keep it up!
@photogandy Morning is always the best time to take photos. Have you tried portrait photography? Your photo collections makes really good backgrounds. :)
Thank very much, this was about 8 or 9 in the morning, the sun still pretty low in the sky @caricakes
These shots are beautiful, I love the saturated, vibrant colors and you really captured the texture of the environment! What an adventure too! I would be too nervous to venture into something like that but it looks like it really paid off for you!
The colors in these are amazing! I love the lighting in the 7th one, was this near sunset?
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