“Vanishing America” by Michael Eastman

15/07/2010 § Leave a comment

Michael Eastman turns his lens on the disappearing American landscape, gorgeously capturing its dramatic beauty.

Eastman has such a masterful sense of color and composition.  The buildings and interiors seem proud, yet resigned to the fact that they are last members of a dying breed.  Each frame evokes faded layers of history baked in by sun and time.  Upon viewing Eastman’s collection, you yearn to discover the stories intertwined with the halls and doorways and forgotten passageways.

See more of Eastman’s Vanishing America, and other works, at his site.

Via: WebUrbanist

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