Sometimes people wonder why I don’t share locations with the exception of face-to-face explores with people I trust. It’s not because I don’t want others to discover what I’ve discovered – in fact, nothing pleases me more than seeing what another photographer shoots in a place I’ve visited. I keep these …
I always end up loving the Utah leg of our trip out west. Not only due to the beautiful scenery during the day, but also because the state has treated me to some of the most beautiful, star filled skies that I’ve ever seen.
This post begins a series of blogs revisiting some of my favorite locations from the past – some demolished, some not. To start off, I’ll be revisiting Dixie Square Mall – a mall built in 1966 along the Dixie Highway in Harvey, Illinois. It was closed down due to low …
A photo I took on my trip to Ireland two years back – somehow I haven’t managed to upload almost any of these.
We stumbled upon this old abandoned house along the highway on our camping trip out West last year.
This photo is a bit busy for my tastes, but it really shows the slippery, wet mess we had to slog through.
This place falls apart more and more every time I visit.
Human destruction of my favorite buildings bothers me much more than natural destruction and age.
An abandoned house sits along the highway.
Moonrise behind a burnt-out portion of Kaibab Forest.
Can’t wait to get back out to Colorado.