Formerly the train depot in Kelso, now renovated as the Mojave National Preserve visitor center.
The former Kelso post office.
An abandoned house in Kelso.
The church in Amboy, an abandoned town that is being revitalized.
A factory in Amboy across the train tracks behind the church.
The Ludlow Cafe, a famous landmark along California's "Route 66" highway.
The abandoned Henning motel in Bagdad.
The historic Daggett garage.
A pair of dead buildings in Daggett.
The Oro Grande saw shop appears dead, too.
Hey Guys, some great shots posted recently! :)
SpecialK, I really liked the sculptured facade of the StVdP in LA, and your latest series is all good, I particularly like the colour throughout.
Aldor88, love #1 & #2 in particular from your Helsinki shoot! :)
Not sure the abandoned signals box below rates as interesting, but here it is:
(Aperture priority, f/5.6, 1/150, ISO100, Pattern metering, all else auto)
heres a few i took in canberra
1.on top of parliment
2.is at the war memorial
All in San Pedro, California.
The Assistance League building houses a volunteer post office, among other things.
Once a YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association), now a mental health center.
Drum Barracks, now a Civil War museum. This is the one remaining wooden building.
The only other structure, a block or so away is the ammo depot, which some people tried to demolish in the past.
From my visit to NYC.
Former US President Richard Nixon was born in this house which was built by his father.
This is the front entrance. During construction of the museum grounds in the 90's, the house was raised to pour the concrete foundation. Nixon declined to have the house turned around to face the museum buildings.
Nixon was born in this bed on a rainy day.
The dining table.
The kitchen with non-original stove.
Another view of the rear.
Just some pictures taken around my town. Be kind, this was my first ever time actually using a camera. I did do a little touching up in picture manager.