Note: All photos are mine unless otherwise stated Disclaimer: Trespassing is illegal, you are responsible for your actions, this blog does not promote any illegal activities
The Sunday before my final exams week, I finally got the chance to go down to Gary, Indiana with few other fellow photographers to explore some abandoned buildings we have heard about. Just like any other industrial towns, once the US Steel left Gary, both the population and the economics started to decline, which results in what Gary is now, half the town is abandoned, but it is also because of this that makes it a perfect place for us urban explorers. As I said in my disclaimer, trespassing is illegal, however for Gary, you can contact the city and get a photography permit, which allows you to go in and take photos of City Methodist Church, Union Train Station, and Palace Theater. The permit is $50 a person; it is worth it because it saves you the trouble from the police. The other two places we went to were not included in the permit, one I don’t know the name of it, it is located in between Palace Theater and the post office, and the second place not on the permit was the post office.
That’s all for today’s post. I’m finally going to start posting about Taiwan from my travel during the winter break, stay tuned!