slephoto:

“28 Years Later” by SLE Photography.  Please leave credits if reblogging.
House from a long-abandoned chicken farm off Route 50 outside Salisbury, Md. Saw this when I was coming back from a zoo trip & had to stop and explore.Title’s a play on “28 Days Later,” and the idea of how quickly nature will reclaim anything man builds once we fall.
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slephoto:

“28 Years Later” by SLE Photography.  Please leave credits if reblogging.

House from a long-abandoned chicken farm off Route 50 outside Salisbury, Md. Saw this when I was coming back from a zoo trip & had to stop and explore.
Title’s a play on “28 Days Later,” and the idea of how quickly nature will reclaim anything man builds once we fall.

Click thru to see MUCH larger & no watermark on DeviantArt.

eastberliner:

dead booth in the abandoned amusement park in eastberlin…

eastberliner:

dead booth in the abandoned amusement park in eastberlin…

fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

City Methodist Church 1636 by Michael Kappel on Flickr.
fuckyeahabandonedplaces:

theatrical. by stevenbley on Flickr.
filthcityphotography:

Lehigh Steel Co. on Flickr.
previouslylovedplaces:

old house Piedmont SC by aswike66~Scott on Flickr.
theadieu:

Abandoned Manor Ruins by Martyn.Smith. on Flickr.
seattlemysterybookshop:

How long do you think the wisteria will creep until it finally engulfs the whole house in its beautiful blossoms?
-Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybookshop:

How long do you think the wisteria will creep until it finally engulfs the whole house in its beautiful blossoms?

-Seattle Mystery Bookshop

toasoundworks:

緑に囲まれた鉱山跡。
使い込まれて、朽ちて、色褪せたコンクリートの構造物が、
緑色の化粧を身に纏う。
(PENTAX K-5)

toasoundworks:

緑に囲まれた鉱山跡。

使い込まれて、朽ちて、色褪せたコンクリートの構造物が、

緑色の化粧を身に纏う。

(PENTAX K-5)

toasoundworks:

シックナー。
鉱石と不純物を分離させる設備。
(PENTAX K-5)

toasoundworks:

シックナー。

鉱石と不純物を分離させる設備。

(PENTAX K-5)

derelictmetropolis:

(via Dead end by ~Alshain4 on deviantART)

mobuki:

Photographs of Forgotten Palaces

Paris-based photographer Thomas Jorion is a treasure hunter, photographing urban ruins and giving new life to dying buildings. In his wonderful series Forgotten Palaces, which we first spotted over at Faith is Torment, Jorion captures abandoned and decaying villas and castles in Switzerland, Italy and Germany, their splendor shining dimly through the rubble, reminding us that no beauty is meant to last, but rather transforms as time goes on. Click through to see a few of our favorites from the series, and then be sure to head over to Jorion’s website to check out even more of his work.

(part 2 of 2)

derelictmetropolis:

[ forgotten melody ] (by shexbeer)

derelictmetropolis:

[ forgotten melody ] (by shexbeer)

ominousplaces:

Through gardens of grief I, by nexion.

ominousplaces:

Through gardens of grief I, by nexion.

ironhog:

abandoned city by ~poibuts