Sadly, Utterly Abandoned: Special Guest Series – Rural America

I sent out a request to friends and family to take snapshots of those abandoned places they see on their way here and there. These gorgeous images were taken by close family friend, Sandy, while traveling the back roads of America with her husband, Ron. Her artistic eye is evident in every shot.

Derelict barn. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne Harris

Sands Motel, Route 66 Landmark sign. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisOld shed against a backdrop of beautiful fall foilage. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisStory Inn Restaurant and Lodging. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisSadly neglected garden. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisOld, rusted wheel drums. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisAbandoned automobiles. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisAntique truck for sale. Old Sears Roebuck and Co. advertising sign.  Rusty, old Kohler's Trading Post sign. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisOld store or gas station? Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisBoots by the door. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisRusted shell of an old car. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisSadly, utterly abandoned antique car. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisOld garage with a tree growing out of it. Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne HarrisWhimsical upcycled garden statuary. :-) Photo by Sandy Carmony | Lis'Anne Harris

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