American Southwest

Author chrisluckhardt - Last updated: 03.11.2013

I’ve been fortunate to visit the American southwest several times since 2006. The photography is incredible; a huge variety of landscapes and experiences to capture. Many people think of ghost towns in that area of the world, but there is so much more to see…including our usual flavour of abandoned buildings.

A motel’s bar in Datil, New Mexico:

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An exterior of the motel in Datil:

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A toilet in a room of the motel in Datil:

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Abandoned roadside arts & crafts stall at the far eastern edge of the Grand Canyon:

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An escalator in the Phoenix Trotting Park:

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I’ll post more in this thread as time permits. Thanks for looking!

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#1QuintenNovember 11, 2014, 3:14 pm

Thanks for sharing !

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