Today's second edition of Urban Inspection shows that I am getting slightly better at taking photos, as well as taking advantage of some slow shutter speeds. As with last time, the photos are unedited!
A street light that is turned off for construction, 4 second exposure. (Seems to be the slowest my camera has)
At first it looks like all yellow and white lights, but there are some blues and greens too.
Another 4 second exposure, it's amazing the light that can be picked out if you just have the patience.
This is the old city hall, and you could hardly see the clock tower in the dark.
Back to the old B.P.O.E. again. The really dingy part is actually about 40 years newer than the main structure.
My favourite of the three entrances.
That is one creepy elk. Did all Elks members look like that?
Some bits of the building are completely gone, but others are almost preserved.
By this time, what is the real point of scratching "WEED" onto things? It was added since my last Urban Inspection.
The Spanish Steps that lead to the main entrance.
The main entrance that the Spanish Steps lead to.
And that creepy face. It used to be everywhere. It is a really eerie ghost of one of the children who died.
None of these pictures were taken with a tripod, though the 3 long exposure ones were taken with the camera resting on a ledge. All the rest were taken just in my hands, and I typically crouched on the ground with my elbows resting on my knees, hence the low viewpoint in many of the photos of the Elk B.P.O.E. building.