Comments Posted by Tim Caplan

I'm assuming this is a patient's room. Why are the wires to the electrical outlets not behind the wall? It would be so easy to tear the wire free and commit suicide.
Looks like WWII photographs
The walls are crying out in pain as it is being ripped apart by the mechanical jaws of Humanity

[slices wrists :-P]
Ladyhawke04008 :

Thankies <3
Did you take these in Europe?
I like how the one thing in the room that remained new and forever young was the door handle. The very item that lead people to either their nightmares or dreams have remained pristine while the structure, something that shelters life from the elements, dies a slow death.

[/sappy observation :-P]
How tall were the door frames, as not to hit your head on the ducts?
Thank's Logan.

Do you think they're going to sell the motors? I mean, those are vintage, and I can't see any damage with them just sitting there.

Varoom :D
What were they working on? Did they notice you?

Nice pictures, I am fascinated with old architecture :-)
I think having someone alive in these makes these buildings more alive, in a cosmic sort of way.
Do people buy your prints for like album covers or something? Because this is one of those :D

<3 your work.
I would like to thank you for these wonderful images. I am fascinated with the architecture involved with these majestic buildings. I frequnted for the longest time, but due to the lack of updates, I found your site.

Keep up the good work.