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shsabres
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I am looking to do some photography of some abandoned buildings and whatnot (interior, eerie feeling etc.) Anybody know of any? I am a police officer so am looking to do this the legal way, ie getting permission if need be...thanks!

Post #1, May 14, 2012 15:59:03




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Theojt
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Don't live in the area but maybe check with local commercial real estate offices for some ideas?

I'd also drive through the areas close to rivers or other water source, usually a concentration of warehouses, factories, etc. near water.

And of course, Google is your friend, here is something I found very quickly and includes DC locations:

http://weburbanist.com ...s-to-mental-institutions/external link

Check out this thread too on POTN - would be great if you could comment there on the legal aspects given your profession.
http://photography-on-the.net .../showthread.php?t=1​171485

Good luck!

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