Photographer Freaktography and his daughter are no strangers to exploring deserted buildings and appreciating a scary beauty they still hold.
In fact, a civic path-finder has had a pleasure of documenting his small lady flourishing adult in several visits to an aged nonetheless pleasing skill in Upstate New York with a owner’s permission. The initial time they visited in 2014, she was fearful to wandering divided from her dad. Last year, a dual donned selected gas masks and prisoner on camera what it would be like to live in a post-apocalyptic world. This year, Freaktography simply wanted to contrariety his daughter’s ignorance opposite a building’s decay, and a formula are stunning.
In their latest print array called “Beauty in Decay” a girl’s participation brought new life to a derelict building. “I took her print in this accurate same mark 3 years ago and it is crazy to see what a small lady she has grown into in such a brief time,” her father said.
“On a initial revisit to this building she was shocked and stranded to me like glue. This year, on a third outing here together, she was most some-more loose and excited, and she was a healthy in front of my camera.” Keep scrolling to see some of a favorites from this series.
“A Flower Among a Ruin”