Sitting right above the now defunct J.J. Newberry is the alluring Hotel Rex. Found in the bustling town of Rock Springs, Wyoming, this pastel palace may have mattered, once.
Once upon a time this hotel must have been a hopping place, judging by the three stall outhouse, out back. That time is no more, as evidenced by this information.
Time worn and battered by the elements, this store is just going to fall apart and melt into the earth. Note the great carvings, left and right. Found in South Dakota.
Bricks, mortar, paint, and wood are all ravaged by time and the elements.
Old, dilapidated, rotting, and broken, this structure is so beautiful.
What once was may yet be again , as a newer facade is worn away by time.
Found off a dirt road in South Fork, Colorado, this is an image I like quite a bit.
…and so too is the building he was living in.
An old garage with windows that have been shot to hell. The sign did not help.