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I find it rather ironic that most photographs of Iceland which one might come across on tourism websites or in some way touting the beauty of this country feature landmarks bathed in sunlight set against cerulean skies. My photo of the iconic hilltop church in the town of Vik can serve as an example of … Continue reading Iceland: Chasing the Light
A panorama of waste in an abandoned high school Continue reading Bookscape
Some of you, primarily midwestern, urbexers out there are familiar with the Armour meatpacking plant in East St. Louis. Word was, after roughly a half century of decay, it was coming down. Rumor became fact a few days ago when it was brought down in a controlled implosion. (See it here) I’m not sentimental by … Continue reading So long, Armour
From a balcony of an abandoned 19th century medical facility. I liked this spot so much I stopped to have a solitary lunch here, warmed by the September sun. Continue reading Of Ivy and Oxide
From an abandoned high school gymnasium, Gary, Indiana. Continue reading Seek & Destroy
Chicago, Southside. A pair of vertical-lift bridges span the Grand Calumet river. Continue reading Torrence Avenue Bridges