Photos are taken mainly for documentary reasons and sometimes there is a decent shot that even looks good.
Melnk Chapel of Bones
Underneath this small church are 15,000 bones, arranged by an obsessive academic. www.atlasobscura.com/places/melnik-chapel-bones
Czechia Tour - Bauernhaus in Jarymov, Handschuhfabrik in Abertamy und die Kirche der Budhistischen Kruterpriester
Terra Studios, AR
An outsider art studio that created a piece of work so popular they had to turn mainstream. www.atlasobscura.com/places/terra-studios
Rock Chapels and Castles and Caves in Northern Bohemia
Victor & Bobbie Moore, Junk Castle
Pullman, WA - on private property! Can be seen from the road.
Finton Shaw - Sculpture Garden, Arkansas
Abandoned former workplace of Conway's sculpturer Finton Shaw
The Devil Heads, Klácelka, Kaplička sv. Máří Magdalény
Václav Levý's stone carving work in the woods around Zelizy, CZ
Kostel Svatého Jiří Ghost Church
Kostel svatého Jiří (St. George’s Church) in Luková, Czechia has been neglected for more than 40 years. Believing it to be haunted, the congregation refused to set foot into the church, which slowly fell into decay. Until it was saved by ghosts. www.atlasobscura.com/places/haunted-ghost-church-kostel-s...
Land Art Festival, 2017 - Königsmühle, CZ
Königsmühle, as a village, disappeared in 1946 after the displacement of the Sudeten German inhabitants. The hill Zatisi (“still life”) was abandoned in 1948 as a forest park and lost its functions as a meeting point because the citizens of the small town of Vodnany had no interest or motivation to maintain this place, full of memory. The former settlement is a unique place, where the mutual penetration of landscape, history, and natural heritage can be seen. Königsmühle is composed of the residues of six buildings scattered about a shallow valley. On the right-hand side, one can find common building materials and the remains of farm buildings and equipment. To the left of the village, there are the remains of two mills, and, under the water tank of the first, it is still possible to see the remains of walls and a cellar. Even the water channel, or flume, which led the water into a small tank from which the water then turned a wheel before flowing back into the stream, is still visible in the surrounding terrain. In the case of Königsmühle, a set of significant historical buildings, open and passable terrain, and an aesthetic experience of the surrounding landscape are combined together in one place. Thus, it is not just about the wild natural valley, but it is also a preserved example of an extinct settlement in a mountain valley (Land and Art Meeting 2012). konigsmuhle.cz/de/ books.google.de/books?id=-6asBwAAQBAJ&lpg=PA215&o...
Drive Thru Museum (of Wonders), Seale, AL
Roadside Attraction with works by Butch Anthony, John Henr Toney and others.
Revelations, Folk Art, Seale, AL
Seen in the Drive Thru Museum (of Wonders) by Butch Anthony, Seal, AL
Decker's Custom Wood Work, Salem, IL
Nice customized house, unfortunately in a state of decay.
Rock City, TN - Raccoon Mtn. Caverns
Rock City on Lookout Mtn. in GA and Raccoon Mtn. Caverns in Chattanooga, TN are tourist traps in the best sense :)
Americanananana, Trip to the US, 2012/2013
pictures from my trip to illinois and florida and whatnot
Moses Nesh, Live at THE EARL, Atlanta 11/3/14
Obermittweida, Nitzschhammer, Markersbach
Stand 2021: Ich habe erfahren, dass die Fischermühle und die Hammersiedlung abgebildet sind. Und dass die Bilder in den frühen 60ern entstanden sein müssen, weil es schon Anzeichen vom Bau es PSW gibt. Stand 2020: Die Gebäude und die Mühle standen dort wo sich jetzt die Staumauer befindet. Ich besitze nicht das Copyright an den Fotos! Ich habe die Fotos auf einer Archiv CD gefunden (ca. 2004 gescannt). Ich weiß weder von wem noch warum. Die CD war mit Nitzschhammer beschriftet.
People take pictures of the Summer,
Just in case someone thought they had missed it,
Just to proved that it really existed.
People take pictures of each other,
And the moment to last them for ever,
Of the time when they mattered to someone.