The highlight of the whole trip is easily the Pripyat amusement park (pictured above). There is something about abandoned fun fair rides that really grabs my attention and imagination. For…
Pripyat Hospital, as one might imagine, was by far the creepiest part of Pripyat. We walked passed dark room after dark room through a maze of hallways while drug vials and broken bottles cracked underneath our feet. Bottomless lift shafts and stairwells that descended into pitch black also added to the eerie atmosphere.
With the recent 33rd anniversary of the Chernobyl Accident a week ago and the premiere tonight of the HBO special, its seems that now is a good a time as ever to deep dive into my Chernobyl photography.
Welcome to Graham Gilmore Photography V2.0.
Its been a little quiet for me in recent weeks both online and photographically so I have been working on my latest website update, as the (slightly ;)) cold spell continues here in Southern California I have been busy working through my stock of images and compiling what represents me best at this point in time as a photographer, during this process it became obvious that my website wasn’t up to the task of displaying the amount of work I now have to show, over the last couple of weeks I have been working on this and now present to you grahamgilmore.com Version 2.0!
If you're a fan of ambient and electronic music then I strongly urge you to check out this website and compilation album from French net-label Ambientaria records.
A few months ago my curiosity got me checking into whether my name was taken up already as a “.com” or other internet address and low and behold it wasn’t, so I signed up for it on the spot.