I’m a sucker for a) Americana, b) abandoned buildings and c) rundown old railroad towns, so I took a drive down Route 460 recently, from Prince George County down to Windsor. 17 more words
We are now in the final week of our project before it is due this Friday. I am glad all my pictures are taken and I have no more shoots left to do as this now leaves me with 4 days of printing, and after already printing some images last week too, I feel as if I have managed my time well. 1,112 more words
This is the other end of the building that’s shown here – obviously this end is holding up a little bit better.
It feels like those tree branches are clawing away at the scrap of moon in the corner, but I have an idea that the moon was able to escape.
What is it about decaying and abandoned buildings that excites us, is it many factors about the past, the people, their lives, the structures themselves, perhaps the last time that anyone stirred up the dust that lay all around – undisturbed for years that contributes to the exhilerating feeling of coming across something old and forgotten? 100 more words
Vashon Island, a sparsely populated place of rolling farms and woodlands, is a pleasant ferry ride from Seattle or Tacoma. From a plane you’d know that Vashon, sometimes called Vashon-Maury Island, is two islands joined by a small chunk of land between Puget Sound and a sheltered harbor. 655 more words