If you love abandoned places, then it’s highly likely you like to document your visits to them as well, and what better way to do this than taking some snaps to show your friends, share on social media, or even display in your home? With this in mind here is a quick guide on how you can get the best…
Just in time for the holidays, I could not help but share the once abandoned Santa’s Village Theme Park in California. In speaking with my mom, while she cannot find the pictures, she says that she went to this park back in the day when it was open. What she says she remembered most was the genuine holiday feel that…
This is something I have always wondered with places like Disney World and Universal Studios what would they look like abandoned. Through the power of Social media this was in my Facebook feed. The DeviantArt artist that goes by eledoremassis02 shows how abandoned Disney would look and it is creepy and beautiful.
Once the only black school in the county in the 1960’s. The school was had 92 students in grades 1-8. This school definitely raised more questions, especially when it came to what we found in the lunchroom…
I have been asked quite a few times if we take the kids with us when we go to the places we find and it depends in a few things but a majority of the times yes we do.
Now if it is somewhere we can openly walk around and nothing for them to get into to much then yes as a way to get them interested in exploring and taking out the fear of getting hurt factor then its a go. Aside from being fun, the educational side to it cannot be beat. I mean come on we got to see a space shuttle external fuel tank!
Photos of the ghost ship Costa Concordia 4 years after its wreck that left 32 people killed and the ships captain serving a 16 year sentence for manslaughter. Check out the 2014 photos by photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski.
Whoa! 2016…where in the world did 2015 go? and where are the flying cars? Fine I guess I will just settle with my regular old car lol. So 2015 was an awesome year I finally was able to find the time to visit the areas around where I live and some a bit further out (like a 2 hour or so drive away). Here are my top photos of abandoned places one girl and her cell phone lol.
I thought it would be fun to show the abandoned movie sets that still (somewhat) stand today out in the Tunisian desert. The set is of Luke Skywalkers home planet of Tatooine. In 2010, an artist Rä di Martino ventured out to the old set and grabbed some pretty amazing photos:
The South Beach Orlando condos had its grand opening on July 4 2008 a (still) colorful 144-unit hotel property on U.S. Highway 192 near Walt Disney World. After a number of bad reviews of people not being happy with the cleanliness of the rooms, poor management and even one report