Draining


Draining Photography

Draining photography shows how adventurers and urban explorers use these complex or simple drain systems as a playground for adventure and photography. Below every city runs a system of drains and sewers designed to carry storm water away from the city and out to the closest body of water.




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Every year on or around New Years Day I like to start my exploring year of by finding a new drain to shoot and explore.
Yesterday morning RiddimRyder and I headed out in the blistering cold, dressed in layers upon layers and made our way deep into a drain that I’ve been waiting to check out.

 

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From my annual New Years Day drain explore, taken in an underground storm drain.

 

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Double outflows at the end of this storm drain that RiddimRyder and I explored early on New Years Day.







Read more about my Urban Exploring adventures and photography on my Huffington Post Urban Exploring Blog

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