Rural DecayPosted: July 13, 2010
One of my favorite, favorite things to do is drive down lonely country roads looking for buildings that have decayed and seen better days. There is something purely magical about coming across an ancient building, unused for years. I often wonder what the building looked like in its prime and who used to walk through its doors: were they like me? Did they share my hopes and dreams? I have come across so many NEAT buildings while taking little road trips: abandoned motels, decaying churches, barns that are falling apart, you name it. You can see some of my rural images by going here.
I am thinking about adding some of my rural decay images to my Etsy shop, although to be honest, I’m not sure if adding some of them to the shop will make it seem disorganized or incoherent as I currently only have macro pictures within the shop. I have several images in mind that I think would make a good fit once I do some post-processing on them to give them more of a “vintage” feel (which is what I did to the image in this post). I think once I do that to the rural decay images, they will fit in much more succinctly (is that even the right word?) with what I currently have in the shop.
If anyone out there has any thoughts on the matter, please do leave a comment!