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Detroit Riprap: Abandoned Cars as Erosion Control appreciated by Motorheads Performance www.classiccarssanantonio.com

"Erosion Control" -- [Decay of Antique Cars as seen along the bank of the *Big Horn River in Montana*]~[Photograph by - June 17

Abandoned manor house, England.  This place has been abandoned for decades and is so beautifully intact. It’s like someone just walked out and never came back…  p.s. Unfortunate for the dead bird stuck in the pram :/

Abandoned manor house, England This place has been abandoned for decades and is so beautifully intact. It’s like someone just walked out and never came back… Unfortunate for the dead bird stuck in the pram :/

abandoned glass botanical garden in Germany

abandoned glass botanical garden in Germany - more beautiful than the random abandoned greenhouses I found in Lincoln, NE!

tired old house and they are dying because people can't afford to maintain them, or pay the taxes on them. And there is not enough money from historic preservation groups to help those of us who would love to restore them.

34 Forgotten Homes Sitting Peacefully Alone In The World

abandoned mansion along old route 15 in the Southern Tier in New York between Corning, NY and Mansfield, PA

Abandoned home in Scotland  Random Abandonings  ~ ♥ #abandoned #ruins #architecture

Ury House, a large abandoned mansion built in the Elizabethan style in It is situated about a mile north of Stonehaven, a town in Aberdeenshire on the north-east coast of Scotland.

Abandoned library. It always blows my mind that the books are left and none of the beautiful woodwork isn't reclaimed.

So sad what has gone on in Detroit. Room to Read (by bpdphotography) Abandoned: Mark Twain Branch Detroit Public Library

This work, Paradise Parking, offers ‘a poetic look at the relationship between the creations of man and mother nature’

Photos of abandoned cars overrun by nature

“Paradise Parking” is a stunning photo series of antique cars that have been left to slowly decay in nature. The series is by photographer Peter Lippmann. “Paradise Parking” will be on display at an upcoming show in Brussels by Gallery SophieMarie.

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