Abandon homes :/
Salvage from twenty-two houses, a church, a barn and a meeting house went in to creating this house. When I found it it was a creature of vinyl and aluminum and fluorescence, though the very heart of it was 1840. Everything now visible, inside and out, is something I dragged in from some other place.
church and cemetery-- * I love to go to old cemetery's to see the oldest year (and the unique old names)---and wonder what that person's life was about! All of history that is there.
The old Walloomsac Inn Built in 1764, this old New England Inn has entertained many famous residents, including two presidents. It is said that no one has been a guest there since the early part of the last century. She stands today, much as she did then. Her white paint long gone and her green shutters crackled and perched at awkward angles. The vines and trees that once adorned her are now her prison.
Abandoned Greenhouse Photographer: Tammie Bowden This is a place that I had heard about and couldn't wait to explore... An old facility that was dedicated to the study of botany. It was their hope that with more research, world hunger could be eliminated. The site closed down decades ago. But who can resist an abandoned greenhouse?
Lovely abandoned greenhouse
Gingerbread House in Norway, Maine. What was once a beautiful house and had fallen into a very poor state is being saved and moved to a new location. Not sure what exactly will be done with it. It was built in 1851. The Gingerbread House is also known as the Evans-Cummings House for two notable residents of Norway: Richard Evans, who built it, and Charles B. Cummings, who later owned it.
cute but a bit haunting
Xilitla, Mexico - Las Pozas ("the Pools") was created by Edward James, more than 2,000 feet (610 m) above sea level, in a subtropical rainforest in the mountains of Mexico. It includes more than 80 acres (320,000 m2) of natural waterfalls and pools interlaced with towering Surrealist sculptures in concrete
La Casa de Tres Pisos.
Abandoned, but what a beauty it must have been