Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Abandoned Shadows

A couple of weeks ago I posted photos from a trail to an abandoned settlement, Greenwood Park. Here are some shadowy shots from the actual settlement. All that's left of this cabin is the chimney.
The trees are growing in what used to be this building.
Apparently they had piped water.
This used to be a bridge.
And I'm guessing this was a common building. There are remnants of an electrical box in this so it must be 20th century.
I'm linking these photos to Shadow Shot Sunday, a meme I haven't joined in far too long.

14 comments:

  1. It looks as if was built to last - as long as the roof was kept up. I don't know why it was abandoned, but perhaps the builder could not extract riches from the hillside any more. The mystery of the house offers us lots of intrigue...

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  2. Sad ruins, but a lovely place and great shadow shots for the day, Al!! Enjoy your weekend!

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  3. I LOVE visiting abandoned buildings! Thank you for taking me along on your jaunt to this one!

    Shadowy Pine Temple

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  4. You have captured them beautifully.

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  5. The light through the trees is so beautiful! Wonderful shots!

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  6. It's great fun exploring old abandoned buildings. Love the perspective on your first shot!

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  7. A bit of domestic archaeology. How quickly nature takes over.

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  8. Like so many places here too. There always comes a time when nature takes over. Love your shots, especially of the chimney.

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  9. It is interesting to explore the old, isn't it?
    I love the lightning, and the harbour, too!
    Cheers from Cottage Country!

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  10. Love to explore places like this. If only the chimney could talk...

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  11. Nature reclaims when one is not careful!

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  12. We always enjoyed finding and exploring this kind of place. Thanks for sharing it.

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  13. Very nice! I love these places...

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  14. Beautiful photos of abandoned buildings!

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