Meet me at the place between ruin and creation. There we’ll find balance.
Day Four of #davidsnotebook is up on the blog! Link in ya boys bio. In this entry the character David is coming to grips with the reality of a catastrophic natural disaster, the physical health of the people in his makeshift group, and his thoughts on the absence of government assistant during this crisis. “[...] Every day that passes it becomes even more clear that we're in this alone. A government that we payed taxes into...that we pledged allegiance to every day in school, is just going leave us like this? [...]” #abandoned #urbex #apocalyptic
Subtropical urban jungle. New Orleans June 2018.
Hands down my favorite shot I’ve taken this year. I really loved this composition of the natural elements of the tree on the left, hard angled abandoned building layered behind it on the right and the crow with its wings spread perfectly in the negative space of the clouds. This was originally shot without the crow in it, I missed the shot the first time it flew in front of me. After waiting it out for 10min or so it look a similar flight path, luckily I was ready for it this time. #gettheshot
Day 3 of #davidsnotebook just went live on the blog! “[...] We haven't heard anything on the radio in a couple days. They went from hourly messages, to once a day, to now what seems like once a week. Not a good sign...for us at least. I'm sure those rich fucks in this town are sitting pretty in their gated neighborhood behind their $35k storm shutters to block the views of how the rest of us live. [...]” Read the full entry and previous days at the link in my bio. #davidsnotebook
“Day Two: 11:23pm July 7th 2005 - Today was a win...if "wins" even exist anymore. Jane, one of the others that Joe let in a few days ago has a fever higher than anything i've seen before. The July heat sure ain't helping....” Read the full entry at the link in my bio. #davidsnotebook
“Day One: 1:33am July 6th 2005 - It's been two weeks since all this went down. [...] Six other people and myself are "waiting it out" in Joe's Athletics Store. As if waiting it out ever did anybody any good....” Read the full entry at the link in my bio. #davidsnotebook #abandoned #apocalypse #infected #survival #stateofdecay2
Read this! I always get the urge to write post apocalyptic stories based off of the locations I’m shooting. But writing a couple hundred word posts don’t make that much sense for IG, especially without context. So I’ve decided to start a fictional blog following a character named David as he makes his way through this new chaotic world that he’s found himself in. Documenting every day in his notebook, it will give us insight to what life could be like when tragedy strikes. The story starts two weeks after hurricane Katrina and you will start to discover more and more as the days go on . Each post will be less than 1,500 characters and should be sub 5-min reads. Day one link in my bio. Hope you enjoy! 📝 #davidsnotebook
This building had some of the most contrasted lighting dynamics that I’ve ever seen! Combined with a rain storm it made this abandoned nursing home pretty eerie to explore.