New-Champagne-Glasses

Infinitely Regressive

July 15, 2013

While not technically infinitely regressive, this photo of leaded crystal champagne flutes from Poland reminded me of the effect created by stacking mirrors.

Abanoned and Destroyed Umbrella

Destroyed and Abandoned

July 15, 2013

I came across this forsaken umbrella inside of a New York City subway station. Why someone felt the need to bring it into the station to discard is beyond me.

Circles and Squares

Center-pivot Irrigation

May 28, 2013

This was taken as I flew cross-country from San Francisco to New York. It shows just how hard man will try to change the landscape he lives in.

Tricolor-Phone

Inexorably Antediluvian?

March 22, 2013

This phone hangs alone, grudged up, forgotten and yet still there. Like a lighthouse, perhaps these icons of a bygone era still hold their purpose.

Prison Desks

Prison Desk

March 17, 2013

An office, long abandoned, for those who worked at Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary, as opposed to those who were incarcerated there.

Tattered and Shattered

Tattered Shadow

March 9, 2013

Loved this scene in Lower Manhattan where a shadow cast itself across a wall covered with tattered bills. It’s one of the only photos I took in SoHo to meet up with Skylor.

Rusty Red Prison Door

Rusty Red Prison Door

March 6, 2013

Rusty red door which exited the Eastern State Penitentiary yard into one of the guard towers. These days the doors are all sealed shut with rust and padlocks.

Toyota Land Cruiser

Deserted Land Cruiser J40

March 5, 2013

Looking into the window of a Toyota Land Cruiser, once abandoned, now destined to be rebuilt and brought back to its original glory as an SUV to be reckoned with.

Obliquely Abstract

Obliquely Abstract Monochromes

December 11, 2012

Beautiful curves, absolutely no symmetry and a blue hue off-set by a streak of white. I found this scene to be so remarkably elegant and captivating.

Desert Office

Desert(ed) Office

November 19, 2012

In the middle of the desert sits a CRT monitor, face down on a pile of rocks. A medium sized rock sits on top for good measure.