Over the last few years, since the creation of my first book Empty Spaces, and my second book Americana Forgotten, I have often been asked when there will be a book containing my best and most notable photos. Well, I am excited to announce that it’s finally here, and will be released as a limited edition, 200-page hardcover book called “Unbuilt by Time: The World We Once Knew.”
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.
The beautiful ruins of the Old Sheldon Church. Opened in 1753 for its first service.
What happens when an entire zoo falls into collapse, remaining untouched for years?
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.