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Abandoned "Prison Guillotine" (France).
Built early 19e century circa, this old prison located in southern France is now abandoned.
Only forty years ago some prisoners were sentenced to death by decapitation (the famous french "Guillotine") inside those decayed walls... No need to describe the overwhelming creepy feeling while spending a day taking pictures alone inside this now silent place...
Back in 1996 I had the privilege to met Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was so passionate and charming. This timeless Great Man, called Madiba by his people, represents what I most admire in a human being. Passion, belief, strength, compassion, tolerance, dignity, humanity.
To Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, A Man for All Seasons
I caught this one already but how often do you see a Keep 6 wholecar outside a federal prison?
17 pics uploaded today. Great day for benching. Add some names and tags if you can, I'm going to sit in the sun and have a beer
5D mark II
EF 17-40mm f/4 L USM
f/4, ISO 200, 1/1000
View On Black or look at the original size
After spending a long time in jail Zipben just had enough of it and broke out of his prison with an ease you would not hold for possible. As he jumps over the wall, the prison blows up behind him. He does not even look back... He is free again.
The background is a combination of TonkTastic and the Waste Lands
Fire/explosion and smoke made in PS3
after many years the whole crew on one wall.....
was a cool weekend.....
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Cascais - Portugal
Along with the usual good friends...
Nikon D7000 + Sigma 10-20 + Hitech ND grad REVERSE 0.6 aligned to the line rocks in the middle/bottom + Hitech ND grad REVERSE 0,9 aligned above the horizon, both rotated 45º to the right.
The escape of the spearmints from their tin box ends with a cliffhanger.
ODC - Theme (06-02-2013): Escape
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Hipstamatic BlacKeys SuperGrain film, John S lens
I hope everyone is enjoying my vacation pictures. I'm trying to just show the interesting one.
Joliet Correctional Center (colloquially known as Joliet Prison) was a prison in Joliet, Illinois, United States from 1858 to 2002. It is featured in the motion picture The Blues Brothers as the prison from which Jake Blues is released at the beginning of the movie. It is also the location for the first season of Fox Network's Prison Break television show and the movie Let's Go to Prison.
An abandoned prison `
During my trip through germany i also came across this beatiful decayed abandoned prison, haven't had the time to explore the whole building because it was so big
Série "l'homme moderne". Puisque l'humour m'aide à vivre et aide le monde à vivre, je viens de réaliser une performance.
“It’s strange but it’s true…”
~Queen (I Want To Break Free)
About. I was to upload another “cloud” shot, but this photo which become a favorite of mine, happens to be strange and actually almost frightened me as I took it. The original composition is just the barbwire, (after I click the shutter I leave the camera on tripod then glance at the television, yes this is just a view from our window) but in the middle of the 30sec shot, a cat passed by, as I return (20sec) surprisingly she was staring at me and fortunately left after the very shot.
PS. No animals were harmed after the
prison break shot which is 90% SOOC. Cheers guys!