Urbex Daff S01E01 The Swimming Stadium

Author UrbexDaff - Last updated: 06.12.2012

On september 25th I visited the BLOSO recreation park to visit the old swimming stadium there.
Truly a wonderful place to explore, especially in the late summer sun!

I’ve spent endless hours capturing images, also because it was my first time with a DSLR camera..
So I hope you enjoy the movie. To see more detail, I really recommend watching in HD and/or in full screen.


#1samskatesDecember 9, 2012, 9:47 pm

Awesome video! I loved the timing of the music when you started panning around the interior towards the end-perfection!!!

#2UrbexDaffDecember 19, 2012, 6:19 am

Thank you for your kind words! I always try to match the music as far as I can, but obviously I’m still learning. You can subscribe to my YouTube channel if you want.

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