Ruins of Detroit: Before & After
Chene House, Detroit, 1973-2010 I keep coming back to Detroit. It's bizarre how photogenic the downfall of America’s industrial powerhouse can be. However there's an eerie and unwanted sense of responsibility to be felt when looking through these before & after photographs of Detroit taken in
Fabulous Ruins Table of Contents
The first online Ruins of Detroit tour from 1997. The Fabulous Ruins of Detroit is a DetroitYES.com Project of Greater Detroit and Windsor
Enjoy my art? Visit the Shane Gorski Photography Store and enjoy it in print! View On Black Step into the light and view it large! As we came down the stairs and arrived on the third floor, I specifically searched for "the trees" that this floor was notorious for. These trees were about 5-6 inches in diameter and they were growing out of the rotten books and ash from the fire long ago. This was an unforgettable scene. Story behind the ruins and the Detroit Book Depository Set
No place like home: Haunting photographs of crumbling houses that litter Detroit's dilapidated neighbourhoods and capture the downfall of a once-great American city
Perplexed at the state of his hometown, photographer Kevin Bauman began taking pictures of the scores of abandoned homes littering the Michigan capital in the mid 1990's. His incredible series '100 Abandoned Houses' poignantly documents the depressing downfall of Detroit.