For those in the UrbEx community who are wondering . . . No - I did not quite hang up my flashlight just yet. I am still exploring - just not in person. Since my last post in July, I have been somewhat busy (read: hair on fire kind of busy). I know this is just an excuse and I promise to be walking past 'no trespassing' signs and climbing fences very soon.
For the moment though, I am giving you a heads up as to the new show debuting tonight (Thursday, 5th November - Happy Guy Fawkes Day by-the-way) on Bravo! - "photoXplorers". I know all the guys from the DK Photo Group and they are all very good people and excellent explorers. One of these days I really hope to hook up with them for an explore.
Anywhoos - here is the 4.1.1. on tonight's show . . .
linky : http://www.photoxplorers.com
– Reality series follows a band of photographers as they probe the depths of haunting abandoned structures –
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, Bravo!’s new series photoXplorers is worth a million. photoXplorers follows a daring group of photographers as they put their day jobs on hiatus and travel the world to capture the eerie beauty of forgotten industrial mega-structures, castles, and sanatoriums. photoXplorers follows an adventurous band of guerilla photographers/urban adventurers as they slip behind the barricades to capture haunting images of abandoned buildings and structures from around the world.
The series kicks off as the band of guerilla photographers investigate an abandoned 1860s coal mine in Hasard de Charette, Belgium. photoXplorers premieres Thursday, November 5 at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT on Bravo!. Weekly half-hour episodes air only on Bravo! Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT.
photoXplorers reveals beauty in decaying structures, from an abandoned French sanatorium, to a retired power plant in Luxembourg, to a French Revolution-era castle in Belgium. The photoXplorers crew, consisting of members of the DK Photo Group, showcase the splendor of post-modern ghost towns and crawl under barbed-wire fences into the unknown each week.
Directed by Claude Barnes, photoXplorers is produced by Keep It In The Family Productions in association with Bravo!. Keep It In The Family Productions has been producing television for the international market for more than 25 years with Emmy® and Gemini award-nominated producers, writers, editors, directors of production, and directors. Keep It In The Family Productions has diverse program genres including lifestyle, reality, biography, children, documentary, sports, comedy, drama and animation.
- grab some popkorn and pull up a seat to watch the series trailer ->