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)

ISO 100
223 Sec


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


  • 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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