One of many homes we stumbled upon in the old, abandoned mining town. A shame that people had vandalized there, it was a beautiful place. ”
We saw this from the road and had to duck a fence to check it out. Very cool log cabin in a very cool location, right along the Colorado river […]
Built in 1936 under the guide of architect Howard Cheney via the New Deal program and closed in the 1970s, this Post Office has seen better days.
I enjoy repeat visits of places that I’ve photographed before. Not only because I like to see how they’ve changed over the years, but because I enjoy the challenge of finding […]
It’s sad walking through the abandoned hallways of a once-bustling school. The ghosts of what once remained – kids yelling, running, talking, filling classrooms, learning – are gone and replaced […]
Shot this a while back and edited it a few weeks ago, but I figured it couldn’t hurt to post it to my blog as well in case people aren’t following […]
Elise and I were able to hit a new place a week or so ago – an old steel warehouse, soon to be public park, with an interesting story behind it. […]
This nearly 5 acre building was full of steel at one point – now empty and prepped for demolition, it’s set to be restored into a park for public use.
Soon, this place is going to be a grass field.
Explored a new spot recently for the first time in a long time. It’s good to get out.