Today, our civilization is mostly concerned with what goes on above ground. Our cities are bustling cosmopolitan centers for commerce and business transactions - rarely, if ever, do we consider what might be lurking right underneath our feet
Crumbling buildings, dilapidated staircases that go nowhere, wildly overgrown vegetation, wolves hunting through the abandoned city in packs...these are images and scenes from our modern existence, though they may seem borrowed from
Associating abandoned places with Christmas might seem like a dark topic to explore. Fortunately, my experience with the combination has been rare; the two locations were spread across disparate states in America.
One afternoon, my boyfriend and i were chit-chatting through a virtual messenger. He showed me a great picture that gives a creepy feeling. Really an eye-catchy one. Well, plus the fact that my boyfriend is really an amazing photographer but that was just his hobby.ehheem :p hehe. One of the most visited haunted grounds during…
Old Top Star Drive-in, Johannesburg. It was situated on top of a mine dump overlooking the city. The dump was in the process of being re-mined and a week after I shot this image the icon on the skyline was gone.
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