Covering Every Inch of the Canvas

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, HDR


I love urbex… I won’t deny it. We didn’t stay long at this urbex along the Beeline Highway since there wasn’t a lot to shoot, but each shot we did get was awesome. Like this one that just proves how determined street artists are – they covered every inch of this building, all the way down to the underside of the stairs. If they could reach it, they tagged it!

Arizona Urbex Along the Beeline Highway 87

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 4, Topaz Adjust


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Jimi Jones

Wow, someone’s been pretty busy with this site. Nice capture, Kristi. Love all the colors.
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Jim Nix

I’m with ya, this stuff is fun to shoot, and you did a great job here Kristi!
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Chris DeAngelis

Looks like there’s still a little space on the rock propping the door open :) Nice shot!
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A.Barlow

Pretty cool shot there. Looks like you got some nice piecing inside the room I see :)
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Steven Perlmutter

Great shot Kristi. I like the way the stairs lead you through the image.
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Mike Criswell

Nice one Kristi, I loike the stairs
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Jan Winther

LOL… even the door frame has some paint.
Great shot – its funny how the structure fades behind the paint.
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Marcie

What a great find..and fun image!! Definitely filling the canvas!!!
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