keepin the country, country

one of the beauties of the north shore is how undeveloped a lot of it really is. aside from a huge resort most of it is still pretty country, i’m talking overgrown plantlife, areas with no concrete sidewalks, very few modernization in terms of architecture, and of course the solidifier of a true country environment: a lack of starbucks at very single corner.

further adding to this vibe, are a few buildings which have been abandoned and im assuming condemed. these buildings simply stand there amongst the landscape, stripped and exposed with a strong ironic beauty. while they are roofless, windowless, and just completely delapidated, they still seem so loved and taken care of in the sense that they have yet to be completely bulldozed and that tourists, much like myself, are immediately taken in by their beauty and compelled to photograph them.

one such building is crawford’s convelescent home.


This entry was published on July 9, 2008 at 7:04 am and is filed under Art, fovea, photography. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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