Explore Detroit, Michigan

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Detroit is a second home to me. It's where I was born, it's where some of my family still lives, it's where some of my friends live. It's where I love to explore. Detroit may have a bad name to some, but it hosts some of the most creative and colorful artwork and buildings that I've seen in Michigan.

I've been to The Heidelberg Project before in the summer, I posted a blog from my first time visiting there. It looked a little different this time, and I wasn't there as long as I was last time, but it was fun to see the changes. I also went to the Packard Plant. I've driven by the abandoned plant a few times, I've always been intrigued by how large and empty it was. The pockets of light you can find inside, if you can find a way inside, are quite beautiful. It's such a quiet place, filled with debris, pieces of clothing, metal and glass, and graffiti on the walls. 

As for the upside down houses, I just like them that way. 

Film developed and scanned by The Find Lab.