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Abandoned and Post-Industrial are two of the prominent sub-categories of the greater theme of things that were used, and now are not. It includes unoccupied houses, mouldering vehicles, old tools and chairs, shut down factories and institutions, and museums dedicated to the preservation of technologies that are no longer in common use.
Photos from the United States
Places and Events taking place in the lower half ot the United Kingdom
Not USA, Not Great Britain
In October 2009, Elizabeth and I visited the town of Bulembu, Swaziland with a group from the International Community Church. We spent the following week in South Africa in and around Capetown. The full story is on my blog.
Several of my biking adventures in England
In January 2009 I successfully presented the following photos, in this order, as projected digital images, for an LRPS assessment.
Specific subjects, sometimes just because I'm interested in them, and sometimes because of a camera club theme.
Pictures from Bay Village, Ohio
Past and Present pictures of the best darn small college in the land
In April 2007, Young Life, a Christ-centered youth organization, brought 185 high school students to Bulgaria to perform service projects for local orphanages. I accompanied a group who were assigned to an orphange called Tran (or Trun). The second day we were there, a Bulgarian television news program aired a program about Tran, characterising it as 'the worst orphange in Bulgaria.' Although reasonably well fed, the kids in Tran have very little to look forward to in life. They receive amazingly poor treatment, and live in appalling conditions. Although a great deal of money has been donated to these institutions by European and American charities, little or none seems to have reached these kids.