New Images in “Abandoned”

These are some new images in my “Abandoned” Series, shot recently near Decatur, Ga.

This is the fireplace inside a small collapsed residential home in Decatur. The roof has fallen in and the kitchen floor, once covered in cheerful red linoleum, has collapsed into the basement. Someone loved this house once - there are raised garden beds in the back and a bed of irises in the front yard. I often wonder what happened to them.
This is the fireplace inside a small collapsed residential home in Decatur. The roof has fallen in and the kitchen floor, once covered in cheerful red linoleum, has collapsed into the basement. Someone loved this house once – there are raised garden beds in the back and a bed of irises in the front yard. I often wonder what happened to them.
Gullatt's Grocery was once a small shop attached to the owner's home, that served the local residents of this neighborhood - workers in a nearby steel mill. I first found this building about a year ago and then couldn't relocate it - at one point I honestly thought I'd hallucinated it. Then just a week ago I stumbled over it again while out with a friend. I guess the ghosts of Gullatt's decided they were finally ready to be photographed.
Gullatt’s Grocery was once a small shop attached to the owner’s home, that served the local residents of this neighborhood – workers in a nearby steel mill. I first found this building about a year ago and then couldn’t relocate it – at one point I honestly thought I’d hallucinated it. Then just a week ago I stumbled over it again while out with a friend. I guess the ghosts of Gullatt’s decided they were finally ready to be photographed.

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