Please hang on, friends! I’ll be back with new grungy, forlorn pictures soon. I’ve been super busy pounding the keys – I love this new story I’m writing and I hope all of you who love the abandoned, decaying, neglected imagery I share will, too! This is the first in a series; each will stand alone.
💻 Almost to 60k words – only around 30k to go in book 1! 📖
Derelict school buildings, Broomloan Road, Govan, Glasgow, Great Britian by David McMumm on Geograph.org.uk Continue reading
Ani is a ruined medieval Armenian city now situated in the Turkish province of Kars and next to the closed border with Armenia.
I don’t know if it’s still on the market. I wish I lived close enough to see it in real life. If only those walls could talk, imagine the stories they would tell.
Once thriving Soviet city, now a rotting reminder of the dangers of a cataclysmic nuclear power disaster.
The abandoned city of Pripyat with Chernobyl nuclear plant in the distance. by Jason Minshull
Revenant Acres Farm is an old haunted farmhouse located in the tiny burg of Charlottesville, Indiana, about 35 miles east of Indianapolis on US-40 (aka Historic National Road). The area was platted in 1830 and in 1867 was large enough to be incorporated into a town, but is no longer. Lots of little communities just like this dot this old route to the west and I’m sure they’re filled with cool abandoned imagery and haunted happenings.
Mollerlund, Syddanmark, Denmark
I’ve just been super busy of late. My youngest son is graduating from high school and there’s so much to do with party planning and memory book making, I haven’t had time to pull together posts with more of my favorite abandoned imagery, but I’ll be back! In the mean time, here are some links to explore or hop over to this shared Pinterest board full of abandoned and ghostie places and images. You won’t be disappointed!
A wonderful friend shared this pic with me on facebook knowing I would love it. The church is part of an abandoned wild west theme park in the Adirondack Park in upstate New York. Found here in a series of fantastic finds. Some we’ve already seen, but others are fresh and fabulous. Happy exploring! (You might want to have a translator open in another tab. 😉 )