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.
Back in the seventies, this part of the church was used as a dance studio – explaining the seemingly out of place decals. I used to have to shoot this through […]
The stained glass has survived the years, but it’s slowly being chipped away by vandals. I’m seeing less and less of it making it through each year
Ambassador Apartments was one of my first large explores and even though it was already a wreck when I first came upon it, the wonder of climbing an eight story […]