Pat Gavin Photography

Photographer, urban explorer, and antique collector from Baltimore, Md. Be sure to check out the links to my Flickr accounts and please reblog my stuff if you like it.

YEARS OF EXPERIENOE

11013 York Rd., Cockeysville, Md

1600 block of Edmondson Ave., west Baltimore, Md.

Yo-Landi Vi$$er wheatpaste by SORTA, Greenmount Ave., north Baltimore, Md.

1600 block of Lafayette Ave., west Baltimore, Md.

I decided to make an urban exploration themed Tumblr. I don’t really explore that much anymore but I have years and years of photos I am going back through to improve the post-processing on to make them larger and nicer looking. I don’t really have a creative name for it or anything but here it is…

http://pgurbex.tumblr.com/

Modern Junk & Salvage Co., Fremont Ave., West Baltimore, Md.

The Fight For Building Blocks, Greenmount Ave., Waverly, Baltimore, Md.

Aside from this last painful series against KC there is nothing O’s fans have to complain about. We won the AL East for the first time since 1997. We won 96 games this season. In 2011 we were the joke of the league. Look how far we have come. See you in 2015 O’s fans!

This is the greatest PSA poster I have ever seen. Giant rat eating a meatball with a fork.

1722 Division Street, Baltimore, Md.

Some postseason additions to Camden Yards.

Giving Google Street Maps a taste of it’s own medicine.

We were driving through Fells Point when I saw a strange car in an alley. When it pulled out I saw it said Google on the side. We got so excited we had to chase it down. Took about 10 minutes to finally find it again. There is no way it doesn’t have at least one picture of us. Not sure how long it takes until it actually shows on the internet.

H&S Bakery, Bond Street, Fells Point, Baltimore, Md.

Went to the Under Armour store in Harbor East today and got this shirt. I was born in 1983 so I couldn’t resist. UA seems to have much better designs for their shirts than the ugly “official” Postseason shirts.

Don’t lock your bike up at the Angelos Law Center building for too long.

Mount Royal Ave & Charles St, Mid-town, Baltimore, Md.

Old car, Annapolis Rd, Westport, south Baltimore, Md.

Part of Mount Royal Ave. has been renamed Orioles Way.