This power plant once powered a Rayon Factory in Alabama. Now abandoned, this power plant sits on land near new active and thriving businesses and a empty lot where the factory once stood.
Pano taken on the catwalks inside an abandoned power plant in Alabama. This plant once powered the nearby Beaunit Rayon Factory, which has since been demolished.
Sleeping cars in a Southern California junkyard.
Medicine Room inside a 1930's era medical building at the former Central State Hospital in Georgia.
Inside a power plant, which provided power to a former Rayon Factory in Alabama.
Another angle from inside the beautiful cooling tower at the former Satsop Business Park in Elma, Washington.
Looking out into the hallway from a patient room inside the Medical Building at Central State Hospital in Georgia.
Construction on this building. the only hospital in the county, was completed just before 1930 and remained in operation for nearly 50 years. It contained a clinical lab, x-ray department and morgue.
This was one of my favorite scenes from a car junkyard one October evening in the Southern California desert.
(Lit with a Streamlight Stinger and moonlight.)
Day room inside an ancillary building, circa 1932, at a Tennessee State Hospital.
Decaying desk drawers inside a former State Psychiatric Hospital in Tennessee.
This building was constructed in 1932 and has been abandoned for the last few decades.
This power plant was once the driving force behind a Rayon Factory in the Southern State of Alabama.
This last year has taught me many things. I realized, once again, that when your mind is open to new adventures, a new adventure has the ability to land in your lap. It sounds so basic, but if you have tunnel vision and are only focused on one thing, it can be really difficult to see the things around you.
This photograph is a mix of my love for historic/abandoned places and nature, but this was not an easy place to shoot. Maybe it was the day. Maybe it was the weather. Maybe it was the fact that I was trying to shoot just the mill. Whatever it was that caused me to stand there and absorb my surroundings for a while, allowed me to see the things around me and create this image.
Light painting cars in the middle of the night is one of my favorite things.