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On the second trip of Mr. Mazza’s Magical Mystery Tour, we ended heading out to Chattahoochee and beyond. Despite the rain and my car’s less than stellar condition, we ventured to some lovely locales. Between the bridges and dam at Chattahoochee and a rundown shack masquerading as a Cracker Barrel, the best location was in our back yard. An abandoned factory off of Southwest Capital Circle is an untapped gem. I’ll be returning hopefully some time this week to spend a bit more time shooting it. And if tresspassing, photography and hedonism sounds like a fun time to those few who read this blog… come along on Mr. Mazza’s Magical Mystery Tour! Either find us on Facebook through my profile or search through the groups for us. Its a bit sporadic but hopefully we’ll be coordinating more trips on a regular basis as I get myself more organized and focused…

Doors on the side of Cracker Barrel
Holga filter on Jesus billboard...
Images from the abandoned factory in Tally...
Eyeing the fans...

Ah, the first road trip since returning to Tallahassee. A bit short, only a jaunt beyond Quincy up to Chattahoochee and a little further than Sneads. Thirty five photos and only three usable pieces so far  as a result of the post processing. However, now I’ve got a minor plan for future endeavors. The Florida State Hospital… lovely. Never heard of it before but after driving by, I know I have to see about photographing the grounds. And right next door? The River Junction Work Camp! Oh, and the old bridge out near Apalachicola River? Perfect for either models or rent boys. More so the rent boys.

Just outside Quincy and lovely abandoned imagery.
Just outside Quincy and lovely abandoned imagery.

 

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