This was in the yard of a house in Montour Falls, New York.
This is a beautiful but dilapidated building at the old Fort DuPont, now a state park, in Delaware City, Delaware. I do love some old buildings and was glad that someone was actually restoring this one.
This one was just for fun. This is in the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon in Charleston, South Carolina. I remember seeing this many years ago when it was animatronic. Thankfully that time has passed. The tour these days is very interesting and informative
This is set in Charleston, South Carolina. The car, interestingly enough, is a 1985 British Coach Works Model 52 “Schweppes Special Edition” – a replica of a 1952 MG TD. It was produced and raffled off as part of a promotion for soft drinks. Still pretty cool!
This is the cemetery next to the Circular Congregational Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The church in the background is St. Philip’s Episcopal.
This is the main street through historic Kennecott, Alaska in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
This is the Kennecott Mill in Kennecott, Alaska. An old copper mill now in the heart of Wrangell-St.Elias National Park, it truly is one of my favorite buildings.
This is in beautiful downtown McCarthy, Alaska. It really is a special place full of history.
It was so nice to be back in Savannah, Georgia. Not the best day to take photos, but it is such a beautiful city that the I ignored the overcast sky and took a bunch anyway.
I really loved this old barn out along the Old Mine Road in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in New Jersey.
This is another great shot from historic Millbrook Village in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in western New Jersey.
Travelling around the Mississippi Delta as a photographer, you dream of seeing old worn down buildings like this one. I like it!
This creepy old church is a Friday the 13th special. It is at the corner of Route 15 and Route 94 in Lafayette Township, New Jersey.
This is the entrance to Strawberry Hot Springs in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It definitely calls you back to an earlier era on the road.
Built in 1852, this beautiful mansion can be found in the Victorian Village neighborhood in Memphis, Tennessee.