5 thoughts on “Room for One

  1. Samantha, this is fantastic. Most people, when they shoot decay, just shoot decay. They fail to capture the actual emotion of the scene. This is like a headlong rush into the situation where you’re not give a moment to ease up and reflect. Everywhere you turn, there’s another aspect that rattles the mind. Well done. I don’t know if you had a chance to play with the location of the plastic chair, but if you did, it would be great to see those posted also.

    • Thank you! Your comment means a lot to me because I try to make it a point to not just shoot decay. There are so many stories to be told in abandonment and I think it is why I am so drawn to it. At this particular building, I did not have much time to do much of any playing. Every picture I have is taken as found, but I still find a lot of emotion in them. If you would like to see them, I would love to post them. They’re my guilty pleasures after all.

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