So back on January 2nd, I shared my goals for the year, and one of those was to start blogging photos of abandoned places. I used to do this on my blog under my other author identity, Megan Joel Peterson, but between a crazy 2014 and other assorted reasons, I stopped. I want to correct that because 1) I absolutely love abandoned building photography*, and 2) abandoned buildings have a tendency to show up in my books. The Children and the Blood trilogy has a number of them, and several of my future paranormal romance projects do too. Seems fitting to share that here, yeah? 🙂
So for the first of my posts about abandoned places on this blog, I wanted to do a bit of a rewind and bring back some of my favorite images from the posts on my other blog. These photographers are so talented and I love these images. I’d be remiss not to share them.
Fair Warning: this post is going to be longer than my future abandoned places posts, only because picking my favorite images… okay, let’s just say it was hard. Like, crazy hard. 🙂 But now without further ado…
Michigan Central Station: Detroit
This building is one of my absolute favorites among all the abandoned buildings of which I’ve seen photos. Michigan Central must have been stunning in its day, and it’s beautiful in these images as well.