(Please clickity-click to see the empty garage larger than life with a nice, dark background)
Feels like it’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything of the urbex variety on the site, especially now that storm season has arrived. Feels good to change the pace up and throw out an image from waaaay back in April that I kept forgetting about.
This was the inside of an old, abandoned gas station up at Two Guns, Arizona. I friggin’ love old, lost gas stations along well-traveled highways. Anything left for dead like that is cool, but you have to wonder how a gas station could fail when it sits right on a freeway that sees thousands of cars a day.
Probably the creepiest thing in this picture is the little girl graffiti off to the right. I think her name is Gem.
I loved how open the place felt with all the glass and sliding doors long gone, so I wanted to include the sky as much as I could.
(canon 5d mark ii, tamron 17-35mm 2.8, 17mm, f/16, iso 100)