as far as abandoned mental hospitals go...
the hallways were pretty tough to shoot
because none of the doors were symmetrical enough to fill the frame evenly.
if you had a door on the right,
you lost your door on the left.
blah blah blah
i don't know why anyone would leave something like this behind?
it's probably a significant piece of this theater's architectural history?
i don't know why anyone would toss it onto the ground and break it either?
but, it is what it is...
(i believe there where 2 of these plaster horses laying around?)
i was backing up some files and i saw this one,
so i decided to post it...
you don't see too many shots from this vantage point.
if my blog was relevant, the urbex scene around here would be on fire
but it's not
my blog, that is...
(the urbex scene around here isn't too relevant either)
i don't know if i'll get there, but what the hell?
i think i like this balcony shot better then the previous composition, shot from the floor.
i would have normally gotten back a little further, and
gave myself a little room on the sides of the frame.
maybe, i would have got the whole column detail?...
because there was a giant wall in front of the balcony that blocked the organ player, or some shit
so this was as far back as i could get, whatever...
(i've edited and replaced this shot 4 times...WTF!)