This deserted Swiss Chalet seems especially sad with all the gingerbread trim and whimsical architecture. Everything is boarded up and many of the windows are broken. The elves are all gone and so are the guests. One of those German Christmas Pyramids was sitting forlornly in a vandalized room here, so I liberated it. Every little character, fan part and candle holding piece is gone and I plan on restoring it to it’s former, but likely different, glory, depending on what I can find.
A closed down poultry ranch. Home and business was sealed off with everything intact; all the farm vehicles, the personal vehicles, the farm machinery. Everything was stopped in time with whatever biological catastrophe befell this place.
This chicken farm had two signs on a locked chain link fence: No Trespassing: Biosecure Area and Poultry Health Protection Area. There were several large coops, a couple of houses and a half dozen work vehicles quarintined on the property.
This place has always intrigued me. It looks like it was built during a boom and then foreclosed on. Complete with a dictator balcony, it’s been for sale for at least a couple of years but I saw the for sale sign thrown down in the yard.
I see a surprising amount of clothing out at these deserted places. This glove was next to the train tracks in Los Molinos and it makes my imagination go WILD! Reminds me of the found ear in Blue Velvet. I am seeing a chasing scene or a freighthopping episode or opening credits over this glove.