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Seems to be going on forever

I didn’t stay here long – that haze in the background is a dust storm that was approaching quickly.

All of this seems like it’s forever – the crossroads, the deserted buildings, the spring dust.

Tokio, Texas
photographed 5.11.2015


Abandoned Buildings

I’ve always found abandoned places fascination, be it London’s Tube stations, Ghost towns, and even fairgrounds. Part of me wants to go and visit them and part of me wants to stay away from them, especially at night. 73 more words



The only thing I could find out about this place, which appears to have been a department store, was that the corporate entity was filed on Saturday, March 21, 1914, with the Texas Secretary of State. 21 more words


The Lost World

Before there were freeways, Walmart, or a gas station on every corner each small town has its own thriving system. Before cars were such a major part of our everyday lives traveling to the next town over was even a task. 608 more words

East Idaho

The Beauty in the Broken Barn

Rural life and small towns are the best. Everybody knows everybody and roots run deep. I’ve heard about Aunt Mag’s place for as long as I can remember. 540 more words

Behind The Photo Friday

Photography Essay - Abandoned

This photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photographer Dan Smith.

Click on any image to see Dan’s galleries.

Click on any image to see Dan’s galleries. 69 more words


Penghu picture post and the last day.

We are back home in Hsinchu and I can finally post the photos from the first half of Saturday.

Here is a not so well made time lapse of the tide coming in. 486 more words