A beautiful structure – wonderful historic architecture, complimented by the natural beauty of disastrous decay.
The track was originally opened by Enoch Staley on May 18, 1947 as a dirt track, right as NASCAR was being fully brought to life. This speedway would eventually come to host some of the most memorable races in NASCAR history.
Luckily, I was able to witness the smoky mountains before the recent fires, which wiped out a significant portion of the forest. In the Smoky Mountains, not only did you have the picturesque scenery and surroundings creating a natural funhouse for photographers, but you would have received one hell of a package deal if you just so happened to be a photographer whom also enjoys a good explore through forgotten structures. That’s me, by the way (for anyone reading who is unfamiliar with what I do, other than talk about cats.)
What I wasn’t expecting was nearly driving straight off of a collapsed section of road, falling straight onto a beach. On that note, don’t try to eat a Big Mac while driving.
Today’s photo album is one of a beautiful, forgotten greenhouse becoming wildly overgrown in Ohio’s countryside. Otto’s Greenhouse was once Continue reading
I don’t have much to say about the home, but hope that the photos can speak for themselves.
Today’s photo album is one of two forgotten Nike missile bases. One base resides abandoned in Ohio, while the other sits abandoned in Florida. As for the Florida base, here is a bit of information below.
Today’s photo album is one of what had appeared to be an abandoned slaughter house found exploring in 2014.