Over Run

Black And White Photography, Joseph, Photography

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This building which is over run by English Ivy is on the grounds of the  Central Islip Psychiatric Facility which has been closed for years.

I would like to dedicate this post to a blogging friend named “West” who just adores vines, and her images can be seen at – West 517

I you would like to view more of my images they can be seen at –

The Visual Chronicle

29 thoughts on “Over Run

  1. So many wonderful textures and tones, Joe, just perfect for B&W. I would imagine this would be a very spooky place at night. I noticed the mention of Urbex-ing. I became acquainted with that through another blogger (SistaSuga) and was fascinated by the principle (but certainly not brave enough to join in). Are you an Urbex-er? (Can’t remember the correct lingo…)

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    1. I’m a partial UrbEx-er. I am usually too worried about all the toxins like asbestos. I usually stay outside and shoot with a telephoto. You should get your feet wet with UrbEx and you can start by taking a trip to Philadelphia to Eastern State Penitentiary which is awesome. I cleaned up my blog some but I think I left the five part series about Eastern State you should check it out. Just go to The Visual Chronicle and do a search for Eastern State Penitentiary. have a great evening 🙂

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    1. Thank you Laurie 🙂 I remember reading that this part of the facility was where the tuberculosis wards were located and it was believed fresh air would help the patients.

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  2. That’s one overgrown house! Love the sky in this shot too . Nothing like a touch of red/oronge filter to bring it out. Thumbs up:0)

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  3. THANK YOU so much Joe!!! ❤

    Gorgeous, luscious vines!! …I've got a post coming you're way… would you believe I've FINALLY found a few of my own!! I'm hoping to finish my post by tonight :)… and thanks again– BEAUTIFUL!

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