Updates on my Book and How Facebook Screws us Over!

Facebook is only letting 10% or less of you see my posts made there now, unless you comment, share, or like stuff on my page regularly, in a way to make me pay for ad time. Well, since I am way too broke right now to pay for any ad time, I ask that you please comment, like or share this image or any others that you enjoy through the page. Let’s get this going again! I want to be able to share with everyone!

I haven’t been posting to my website in a moment, and I wanted to stop by and let everyone know I am still here, just very busy with everything so back and forth! Finally getting everything with my book completed!

As for my book, the 116 page hard cover version of my book “Empty Spaces” will be available starting this week for ordering! These will be priced at $80.00 and will be 11.25×8.75 in size. I will share a large section of the book through images here in just a little bit! A lot of hard work has been put into this book and it would be amazing to share with everyone, as well as it would be a very huge help to the continuation of further projects!

I’m beyond happy to have such a great group of awesome people who enjoy seeing my photos and writing. It’s such a trip, how I reach people from all over the world through my work, and that feeling is unmatched by much. I can’t wait to continue doing even greater things in the future, and continuing to share it with every single one of you!

Thank you everyone for being supportive and amazing!

There is something quite different about abandoned churches. The wide open space, such a loud, reverberating atmosphere from every step you take, and every time your mouth slips a word. To stand in an abandoned church at night, while the moonlight shines in…I would love to sit and play the piano for hours beneath the moonlight…some day.

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3 thoughts on “Updates on my Book and How Facebook Screws us Over!

  1. I grew up in Cuyahoga County (Lakewood and Parma). I went to Cleveland State and am familiar with many sites. I know that there are many places that are abandoned including some steel plants and factories. In fact my mom worked in factories now closed. The West Side Market is still growing strong. Please put me on your mailing list as I am fascinated with urban exploration. There are so many mysterious places in Cleveland. Do you ever explore graveyards?

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  2. Love the Photography John. I’m drawn to architectural and landscape photography and am amazed at the fabulous abandoned spaces in this world that we would just throw away. I guess it’s just easier to build anew but what culture and craftsmanship we loose in that process. Nothing lasts forever. There is beauty in the decay that represents the echo of a former time. You have an eye for catching that. Well done.

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words and I am very happy to hear that you found my website and are enjoying my photos and posts. It means a lot to me and I can’t wait to share more and more along the way!

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