Breakdown

Yes, there I was, looking through another dusty window of another out-of-business restaurant.

How did that get to be a thing?

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 4.11.2017

Posted on April 19, 2017, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. You clearly like abandonment and decay, that’s how it got to be a thing…..

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    • Yes, I am very fond of abandonment and decay. At my age, I identify with decay more than if I were in my 20s!

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      • I have loved abandonment and decay since I was very young…it was some ruined miners cottages when I was about 6, I think, which started the whole thing off!!

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      • That’s interesting…I can’t really tie my interest back that far.

        I did spend about a decade photographing roadside memorials – crosses, usually, placed at the scene of fatal accidents. I am sure that interest came from a short stop at an elaborate roadside shrine in Mexico on a family vacation when I was in middle school.

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      • Oh, my father was a great one for walks, and every now and again there would be industrial ruins, especially when we visited areas of Wales and Cornwall….mining heritage

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  2. Goes to show you probably don’t want to see the kitchen. Another good find!

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