Hi, I would just like to say all of your photos are spectacular. Each one captures a different part of history. Recently my friends and I have been taking pictures in different parts of our city, and we would love to shoot at locations similar to yours. I was just wondering if any of the sites you have visited is easy to access or not 100% illegal. If not, how might I find abandoned places near me?
p.s. you can email me directly if you do not want everyone to know
Wonderful photography and an invaluable record of history about to slip beyond the tangible. I enjoy your website hugely!
Cheryl Heiden Wagner
Do you have any more picthers of the Heiden Hotel . That would be my madin name . that was a good find, and not to may people spell the name that was.
I love your site. I have been wanting to get into urban exploring and your site only makes me want to do it more. Thank you for your classy photography and your commitment to doing no harm to the places you visit. I only hope that, in time, I will become close to as good as you are.
I am so glad I stumbled onto your amazing site yesterday. I'm also very glad I have had plenty of time to pour through it, and have only scratched the surface. Growing up in Hollywood, CA, my Father and I would explore old structures in our neighborhood before they were torn down. He started exploring with his Dad in the same neighborhood in the 50's when they were building the Hollywood Freeway. I'm excited to pass the torch on to my kids as they get a little older. The only area we both seem to have explored is E. St. Louis. I can't wait to go back there someday. I have connections in Pittsburgh if you ever want to do some exploration out there. I was able to explore the St. Peter & Paul Cathedral in E. Liberty the last time I was out there, but wasn't able to get many good internal shots since I only had a camera phone on me. Keep up the good work!
I am absolutely IN LOVE with your site! All of the pictures are amazing and I love that you respect what is there by not tampering with it. I sincerely hope you continue to astound us with your photography!
This is a fantastic sight. .I am also strangely fascinated with abandoned buildings especially if they have the story that goes with them. This is quite impressive. Thanks
You are making wonderful photos, keep going this way! :-)
Stumbled across this site and absolutely LOVE it, I have been fascinated with abandoned places for years and am always looking for more and the story behind the pictures. This has got to be the best site I have ever come across with a wealth of information and amazing pictures. THANK YOU!! Also, I'm having trouble registering, it will not send me a verification email...
Hey Lucie. Yup it's limping along but there is an error message. I PM'd Colin hopefully he can fix it or tell Motts.
I visit the forum frequently and it hasn't been working for the last few days. Is anyone else having this problem? I have been getting a *deprecated* *message. Sorry for the misspelling
I visit the forum frequently and it hasn't been working for the last few days. Is anyone else having this problem? I have been getting a depreciation message.
Love looking at photos of old abandoned properties around the world. Reading about the history of the place and seeing photos when they were in their prime I find very fascinating.
I know the time and effort it must be for you to keep a website like this going so thank you so much for sharing!!
You have got quite the eye. These are all amazing!! Keep going!
Beautiful pictures and comments! Thank you for sharing all of these interesting pieces of history stuck in time. My friend and I venture around New England through out the year finding places like these. Dever State School imparticualr has been a favorable trip on quite a few excursions, although from what we last saw a couple months ago most all of the holdings are now leveled. I would love to be able to visit one of these places but I have no idea if that is something you condone. Either way thought it was worth a shot. Keep up the awesome work and safe travels! :)
I don't know whether this is the right place to post this, so I'll just give it a try.
My name is Florian, and I live in Germany.
First of all, l'd like to say "Thank you" for all the pictures you post, all the insight you give and that by doing this, you let us take part in one of the things you love.
I've been a silent admirer of your work for about 5 years now, thankful for all the atmospheres your pictures create and the moods they put me in. I've read almost all comments as well, and due to especially the older ones, when Lynne was still a regular part of every discussion, I have learned a lot.
I understand that you had to make some changes regarding copyrights and reproduction, which in my opinion is completely legit. Unfortunately, many people live by the attitude "take what you can get" without giving credit (not only in respect of pictures but social values as well), so I support your decision.
However - before your hiatus and the remodeling of the site you offered the opportunity of buying printed versions of your pictures. Ist that still possible?
I'm going to completely remodel a room in my apartment and would very much like to enhance the new look with some of the incredible impressions.
Would it be possible to purchase some of your pictures either in printed form or in a digital quality that I can use to get them printed myself? If so, please tell me the price as well (the email- address above really works - despite the strange name) .
I hope you're doing well and again I'm sorry if this mail bothers you in any way (I can imagine that you get quite a lot of requests like this).
All the best,
I stumbled across your website by accident and I am absolutely in love with it and your work. You are doing what I have always dreamed of. I can't believe someone else has been intrigued with abandoned buildings as much as I have. Even as a little girl I always found them to be so interesting, mysterious and beautiful. I wish so much I could join you on this amazing journey. Maybe one day I will be given that opportunity until then I will live my dream through you.