Climbing London

Let me start by reminding you that trespass is bad. Trespass can get you arrested, unless of course you’re a protesting student at a South Africa university with a continually capitulating VC, in which case you’ll pretty much be allowed to get away with anything. But I digress, often. Don’t trespass. Let other people do … Continue reading “Climbing London”

Dyson

An abandoned factory in Sheffield apparently makes for an interesting photo subject. I know this because I saw karl101’s photo album on flickr and then I looked around some more and found some more photos here and here. I’ve lived the  Urbex life both vicariously and fairly regularly on this blog through people like silentUK and longexposure.net, … Continue reading “Dyson”

Underground

I’m still laid up with a sore ankle; I’ll know more about the prognosis tomorrow. Meanwhile, Silent UK have been in Portugal: Here is their post about dodging security on the Lisbon Metro. Which sounds a whole lot more exciting than looking at my bedroom ceiling. 

Toronto Skyline

I’ve never been to Toronto, but if I had, I wouldn’t have climbed up the Burano Tower. Interestingly, the guys from SilentUK have been to Toronto, and they did climb up the Burano Tower. However, even they drew the line at climbing up the crane on the top of the Burano Tower. While the majority … Continue reading “Toronto Skyline”

Lisbon Bridge

Bust day today – and many plans (including draught beer) this evening. Thus, a quick quota photo courtesy of the latest post from SilentUK: This time, they’re 190m up on top of the 2,278m long Salazar Bridge in Lisbon, Portugal and have, as ever, posted some amazing photographs. You can find more SilentUK related posts on … Continue reading “Lisbon Bridge”