abandoned in New York

For Valentine’s Day Jeff and I took a spur of the moment trip to Rochester, New York. On Friday morning he sent me a text asking me to ask my mom, who was at our apartment, if she’d be willing to take Klaus home with her when she left. I knew that meant we were

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Bonaventure Cemetery

One of my all time favorite headstones. I took a photo of it back in 2014 and made sure to hunt it down again on this most recent trip. Back in November Jeff and I took a quick weekend trip down to Savannah, Georgia. It was my second visit down there and since my first

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Kinzua Bridge

Last Monday Jeff had the day off work for Martin Luther King Day. The original plan was to head to Rochester for our annual abandoned subway adventures but at the last minute our friends weren’t able to make it. While we still have a lot of things to do around the apartment, we were both

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Colonial Park Cemetery

At the beginning of this year Jeff got a new full time job which is obviously really good news but we kind of thought it meant we wouldn’t be able to travel as much as we wanted. Since the very beginning of our relationship traveling has been something that we’ve enjoyed together tremendously. I mean,

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underground

There are some shenanigans my friends and I get into that I don’t blog about for one reason or another. Exploring tunnels is one of these things for a handful of reasons. One important thing being I would never want to encourage you to do something potentially dangerous. Flash floods are real, and air quality

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Hartsgrove Center Cemetery

Over four years ago, on the way to go camping, I stumbled upon a beautiful foggy cemetery. It was one of the first cemeteries I ever blogged about and it was definitely the first foggy cemetery I ever shot photos of. Check out the post here. For a looong time those photos, although technically not

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Unity Brick Church Cemetery

For the longest time I’ve been saying “someone should make a cemetery finder app!” It sounds like a super niche product but I know I’m not the only person out there whose idea of a good time is wandering around an old cemetery. Ahem! Google is obviously a great resource but it has its limits,

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Tip Top Cereal Company – abandoned

There haven’t been many abandoned building in my life this year. The few I have gotten have been pretty darn epic (Knox County Poorhouse and Kings Park Psychiatric Center for example!) but compared to the last two years the number of “smalls”, as my friends and I call them, has been… well, small. Obviously I

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Achor Valley Cemetery

Last Friday I woke up really late. I guess 9am by most people’s standards isn’t too late but that’s a day killer for me. I’m not really an early bird but, without a doubt, I’m most productive first thing in the morning and late at night. I knew if I just tried to start my

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Heidelberg Project

It’s been well established I like weird public art, right? For years, and years I’ve been seeing photos of the Heidelberg Project in Detroit, Michigan. Even before I knew what this strange art project was called I had a major crush on that darn polka dotted house. (Don’t worry, you’ll know exactly which one I’m

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