While making our way through Atlanta, some locations turned out to be a dud, leading us back to this old school. Much like the Glidden Paint factory, I had visited this building several times before and thought that it had little else to offer me. Boy was I wrong. The consistent rain in the area flooded most of the building, resulting in new sights and sounds to enjoy while exploring. Also, having captured most of the typical shots, I forced myself to revisit a few key areas to shoot specific details. Another bonus was the more artistic “Fear” shot, spurred on by some of the explorers in our group to start making shadow puppets on the wall. So despite its age and condition, this school certainly taught me a lesson in thinking that I had photographed all that I could within its walls.