Category Archives: Urban Decay

Beautiful: Jungle Reflection

There are few places I like more than Angkor Wat in Cambodia. I love these temples that were built over a few hundred years, fell into disuse as the Khmer civilization disappeared, and collapsed into the jungle. Though local farmers … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Ta Prohm

With that title, you’re expecting a huge tree growing through a temple, aren’t you? Too bad! I’m gonna make you look at something else. I’ve been working for years to get a nice series-of-doorways photo. I have negatives from the … Continue reading

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Places We Live: Condemned Building

I’m in the midst of some research, so this will be a quickie. I climbed through a hole in a fence and walked up the stairs in this small, square, concrete apartment building, and spent an hour or more going … Continue reading

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Fog

The second in my week of weather is fog, which cloaks, but it can also reveal. In this case, I think the fog makes the weeds in the parking lot a little more poignant. It helps reveal that, though the … Continue reading

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Abandoned Train Station, Kalambaka, Greece

© 2011 Brian H Neely With this I wrap up Places We Live week. It was shooting this photo that I first conceived of the idea of collecting my photos of wide variety of places that humans inhabit into a … Continue reading

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