A new series is up on my Architecture category of Florida’s forgotten past. A few friends and I decided to take a miniature road trip to a few undisclosed abandoned locations. We left them just as we arrived and took nothing but pictures. It was a very exciting adventure. The […]
A new series is up on my Architecture category of Florida’s forgotten past. A few friends and I decided to take a miniature road trip to a few undisclosed abandoned locations. We left them just as we arrived and took nothing but pictures. It was a very exciting adventure. The […]
A new series is up on my Architecture category of Florida’s forgotten past. A few friends and I decided to take a miniature road trip to a few undisclosed abandoned locations. We left them just as we arrived and took nothing but pictures. It was a very exciting adventure. The […]
A new series is up on my Architecture category of Florida’s forgotten past. A few friends and I decided to take a miniature road trip to a few undisclosed abandoned locations. We left them just as we arrived and took nothing but pictures. It was a very exciting adventure. The […]
A new series is up on my Architecture category of Florida’s forgotten past. A few friends and I decided to take a miniature road trip to a few undisclosed abandoned locations. We left them just as we arrived and took nothing but pictures. It was a very exciting adventure. The […]

A new series is up on my Architecture category of Florida’s forgotten past. A few friends and I decided to take a miniature road trip to a few undisclosed abandoned locations. We left them just as we arrived and took nothing but pictures. It was a very exciting adventure. The first place we arrived was an architectural dream, in the essence that it was an environmentally friendly, geometric, building. It had so much potential and the inside was very artistic, although the architect never finished it.

The second and most exciting location was an Adult Psychiatric Facility that was originally thought to be a hospital. It was one of the most terrifying places I’ve been. It was broad daylight so we had that going for us, although it was dark and eerie. Tons of spray paint and destruction everywhere. We conquered the building by traveling all the way to the top, probably about 30 flights of stairs. The top alone was worth the travel as it appeared to be a hangout of some sort, like a whole new world up there. The quality of the graffiti artwork got better, rather flawless and it was a great thing to experience. The last place that we adventured was an abandoned train and that was rather interesting as well. These pictures all became a pretty lovely set check out the rest of them here: http://photographic-mind.com/architecture1/

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