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Witnessing the Past

Today I’m going to talk (or write) about a particular hobby (or habit) of mine. Exploring (or ogling at) old buildings.

I was born in an old building, a part of which was built in probably early 50’s, and the part my family resided was built in late 70’s or early 80’s. 721 more words


I really do like brick streets: they have more character than asphalt paving. Also, they provide some helpful leading lines in this shot of yet another abandoned gas station. 27 more words


places long-forgotten

The building appeared abandoned. To be sure, she knocked on the door with a vined hand and waited. No one answered but the rustle of the spiders who had already taken up residence, the whisper of termites in the walls, and the sad sigh of places long-forgotten. 97 more words

spectral locus fabric installation

Brookyln-based artist Amanda Browder and a crew of installers draped an abandoned Broadway building in huge sheets of fabric donated and knitted together by Western New Yorkers over a four-month period. 152 more words


Howard’s place isn’t looking so great.

But what this image made me start thinking about is how, when that metal building across the street from Howard’s starts to fall down, it won’t look nearly as interesting as this.

Sundown, Texas
photographed 5.14.2016



July 2016:

August 2013:

From the looks of things, it took that chair three years to move four feet to the left.

Valentine, Texas
photographed 7.23.2016