The prison was divided into two sections: the minimum security area (which had dormitories instead of cells) and the maximum security area (which was more along the lines of what I was expecting). We started in the minimum security area, where we stayed until 10:30. It was all very dilapidated and broken down, which made for lots of pictures. Like this one:
This is actually an HDR of the inside of a water fountain. I thought it looked rather interesting, thus why I took the picture.
When I went to take a picture of the windows, I noticed that one of the panes had black stuff all over it. I thought it made for a more interesting picture.
These, obviously, are drawers that were in a building that seemed to be some kind of recreation-type area for the people in prison there.
A cot on which a locker-type thing had fallen.
On one of the cots, there was this little milk carton. I think it was empty, though I'm not entirely sure. I don't think I want to know how long it was there, but I like the picture I got of it.
This is a window with some kind of brownish-black stuff all over it. Is it just me, or do the two white spots remind you of eyes?
I found this in the last minimum security building we went in. I'm not sure where the pipes go, but I thought it might make for a good picture. Then I turned the picture black and white.
This was written on the wall in the same building as I found the pipes in. I took a picture simply because the message seemed rather odd. Not at all what you'd expect to find in a prison.
Well, that's all for tonight. Remember to check back Monday for my pictures from the maximum security area. Thanks for reading!