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Exploring The New Global Trend, “Place Hacking”

October 15th, 2013 by in Photography with 366 Views

New global phenomenon in which you take photos in hard to reach or forbidden areas.
Bradley Garrett conducting “edgework” as he climbs out on a construction crane, 150 feet above London’s traffic.
“Helen” makes her way through a flooded section of the Paris catacombs, hundreds of miles of tunnels carved through the city’s limestone.
An explorer takes in the view from a telecommunications tower high above the City of Angels.
Garrett looks down on Paris from high atop the 17th century Saint-Sulpice church.
Garrett climbs his way up out of the Fleet chamber, the heart of London’s vast 19th-century brick sewer system, designed after the Great Stink of 1858.
Garrett stands high atop Scotland’s Forth Rail Bridge, which stretches 8296 feet across the firth of Forth, outside Edinburgh.
An explorer inside the ruined interior of the Buzludzha Monument, a derelict Communist-era site in the mountains of Bulgaria.
Marc Explo slips down “Pharaoh’s Revenge” at the shuttered Pharaoh’s Lost Kingdom Waterpark in Redlands, CA. The park has since reopened as Splash Kingdom.
Someone left a door unlocked at the Palais Garnier, the opulent 1875 Paris theater that served as the setting for The Phantom of the Opera.

  • Jessica

    The view from the bridge in Scotland is beautiful!! All the pictures are really cool though but I don’t know if I would go to all of them.

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    Hacking? hahahaha. I would say more like exploring. I used to break
    into school with friends on weekends, not to steal just to play around
    the halls, I don’t know it felt good to be all alone without all those
    people. also to some old hospital that was closed for years. we heard
    some ghosts too.

  • Geofrey Bett

    That view from the Scotland’s Forth Rail Bridge is really spectacular.
    The term “Place Hacking” cannot best describe this beautiful,unique and spectacular records,I just love them.

  • liz soliven

    Wow, just wow, Im really intrested with the catacombs, I wonder what’s down there. Great places great view are the ones forbidden? People, really? lol