Since a child I have loved big cities and urban environments. A dark alley or an abandoned building has a magical feeling I can't find anywhere else. When I get on the roof of a city building, it feels like a heaven above all everyday problems. Urban exploration is all about exploring the man-made as the big text above states. Everything from giant architectural masterpieces to the smallest seemingly random pieces of concrete and steel in the middle of a silent forest.
Five hundred years ago the world was huge. People could only imagine the things out there. People explored the seas on month-long expeditions. People discovered never before seen tribes. Now we're connected to every side of the world by the internet. You see your travel destinations beforehand on the travel agencies’ sites. We watch documentaries and see National Geographic articles all over the internet.
Now we know what's anywhere on Earth. That's why we try to find those places that are truly disconnected. The places left behind. That's our way of finding new worlds.