Cobbled Path Photography is two guys who enjoy taking pictures off the beaten track. We’ve fallen into snow banks, been lunch for mosquitoes, stepped on nails, been covered in burrs and driven countless kilometers in search of interesting shots.
Our work includes sunrises and trees, clouds and water. Occasionally an animal or person will find our lenses. Our true passion, however, is urban exploration. Wikipedia, source of all knowledge, defines this as “the exploration of man-made structures, usually abandoned ruins or not usually seen components of the man-made environment”. We take pride in leaving only our footprints behind, ensuring the site remains as we found it. Locations will not generally be identified.
Richard Amodeo and Kevin McBean approach photography from very different perspectives. If there is a picture of a barn, Rick likely took it. If there is a picture of the door handle of the barn, that one is likely Kevin’s. We put our work together for your consideration. “Cobbled” is defined as “making or composing hastily or clumsily”. While our path is exactly that, we strive to demonstrate the end product is not.
We are based in the Greater Toronto Area and are very interested in finding properties to explore. If you can provide access to such property, we are very interested in hearing from you.