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This week I’ve been light painting with a Maglite torch opposed to my usual trusty Dolphin Eveready. The amount of light this Maglite puts out is amazing though I feel I have more control with my trusty.

Taken in total darkness (10pm at night)

10mm
f8.0
ISO 100
223 Sec

Tags

water, stone, sewer, drain, urbex, brick, bluestone, geelong, lyons, reg

Comments

  • Jaredemic
    Jaredemicover 5 years ago

    Awesome! I want to do this so bad!

  • Thanks Jared! Get out there and do it mate!

    – Reg Lyons

  • Jared Revell
    Jared Revellover 5 years ago

    awesome Reg !
    love seeing what you come up with from down under in the shadows.

  • Cheers mate! I’ll be looking at one a little different next week.

    – Reg Lyons

  • Neil
    Neilover 5 years ago

    Amazing work Reg! Bit different to watching TV on the couch!

  • Peter Redmond
    Peter Redmondover 5 years ago

    Where is that Reg?

    Great work!

  • Under Geelong Peter – maybe under your house! ;)
    This part is a R/H split that joins up with the L/H about 600mtrs on. When I do this drain I nearly always take the L/H as it looks better, smells better and doesnt have the spiderwebs of the R/H. Also theres lots of things on the R/H to hit your head on (I speak from experience) as seen in Tinned Vortex which is also part of the R/H side!

    – Reg Lyons

  • Sam Fonte
    Sam Fonteover 5 years ago

    hi Reg, i was looking for an urban-ex adventure guide on my last trip to melb.. maaan, you know the coolest places! have to done the Maze?

  • Misty Lackey
    Misty Lackeyover 5 years ago

    wow are you in a tunnel scary

  • Ulrikeart
    Ulrikeartover 5 years ago

    what a romantic spot ……..Ha Ha Ha………..great shot !

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