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Feature: Beautiful Decay – Part One

Let’s look at old stuff, shall we?

There is something both sad and beautiful about these images of urban decay. The crumbling belltower of a church, a hollowed-out shell of a home – reminds me of the impermanence of it all.

Abandoned houses in Detroit –

More ruins in Detroit –

To see more of the Motor City’s abandoned structures, visit How to Be a Retronaut here and here.

Beautiful Decay – Part Two (and more?) coming soon!

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This entry was published on August 5, 2011 at 2:19 PM. It’s filed under Feature and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Feature: Beautiful Decay – Part One

  1. Stunning…Simply stunning.

  2. Your commentary should have been published the moment these photos were born…so true. Nothing lasts forever- but we can find beauty in the entropy that we swim through.
    i love this.

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