Old Building Photography – Picher, Oklahoma

They say Picher, Oklahoma is nothing more than a ghost town. Having heard from one of my old building photography friends that it was a historic place to photograph, I was curious. So a friend and I planned a trip to see what the fuss was all about. The major theme is that Picher, Oklahoma is completely abandoned. At least that's what I was told. I did not find that

Old Building Photography – Picher, Oklahoma2020-10-16T10:14:09-05:00

The Gateway House

I love to photograph old buildings. When I travel around the country, it's hard not stop every few miles because of some rustic looking home or building. "The Gateway House", as I call it, was one such building. Oddly enough, it's located in Gateway, Arkansas (Hence the name) on the way to Eureka Springs. I don't know much about the house other than the fact

The Gateway House2020-08-16T08:10:23-05:00

Rustic Building – Moselle, Missouri

To capture a rustic building, it's important to capture what you see and how you see it. After all, you took a second look at a specific rustic building because you saw something that, in your opinion, was absolutely beautiful! When I see a rustic building I like, you can be certain it probably has something to do with the wood. I love wood. There

Rustic Building – Moselle, Missouri2020-10-16T10:14:07-05:00

Old Building Photography – Mayfield, Arkansas

I don't know the story behind this particular old building from Mayfield, Arkansas, but I do know that it made for some beautiful photography. Stores like this were once thriving pieces of the community. Since prices couldn't compete with the big box stores, they simply closed up and left for higher ground. I decided to take several shots of the old building in hopes of capturing the best

Old Building Photography – Mayfield, Arkansas2020-10-16T10:14:07-05:00


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