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MrObvious

UK British Gas, Leeds. July 2016

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The Explore.

 

This was the first stop off on our 24 hour road trip, celebrating @Redhunter's birthday with @TheVampiricSquid@CuriousityKilledTheCat and a non OS member.

 

After spending the day before shooting a wedding, and having no sleep since 7am... we set off for the midlands at midnight to pick hun up, Then up to leeds....

 

After a long ass drive, silly o'clock McDonald's, copious amounts of energy drink, reversing around an island in a service station we finally arrived at about 4-4:30 am and met up with a few more people. 

 

We reached the top in time for a dissapointing sunrise.... but the views made up of it! 

The rest of the building has been pretty trashed now, and set fire to, but they still made some interesting photos :)

Enjoy :thumb 

 

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Thanks For Looking :D 

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On 6 July 2016 at 9:53 PM, coolboyslim said:

Nice roof shots .. sometimes sun doesn't play nice but see what you mean on that perfect shot would lead to some belters. @Vulex soon my good friend kk m8ty

cheers! :thumb 

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20 minutes ago, -Raz- said:

Some nice ones there mate, You ought to have tried the Opal tower too!

 
Cheers Raz! we were going to but saw it was occupied, so skipped it, got told it was still accessible a couple days later, gutted! :/ 

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Just now, MrObvious said:

 
Cheers Raz! we were going to but saw it was occupied, so skipped it, got told it was still accessible a couple days later, gutted! :/ 

 

Yeah easy enough to get to the roof, next time your over this way drop me a message few decent bits in Leeds :)

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1 minute ago, -Raz- said:

 

Yeah easy enough to get to the roof, next time your over this way drop me a message few decent bits in Leeds :)

 

will do, cheers man! would be nice to get some up top at night :P

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Awesome pics, it's really amazing up there! Last time I saw it all the glass had been taken out they seem to be tearing it down pretty quickly :(

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I go up there on a regular basis for a quiet smoke with a view :P

 

Some good shots there mate.

 

Next time you come up to Yorkshire let me know :)

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On 10 September 2016 at 9:32 AM, Hydro said:

I go up there on a regular basis for a quiet smoke with a view :P

 

Some good shots there mate.

 

Next time you come up to Yorkshire let me know :)

 

i dont associate with marijuana addicts :/  

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