clockwork turns, and everything burns
Reblogged from demmosthenes
Growing up, my most fond memories was visiting abandoned places with my brother. To this day, if opportunity presents itself, I bring my camera and take a few pictures. These are not my work ofcourse, but I hope you enjoy the visual beauty and maybe it brings fond memories of your own adventures.
- Abandoned Construction of Nuclear Power Plant. Photo By brokenview
- Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium
- Jiancing Historic Trail in Taipingshan National Forest in Taiwan. Photo By T.-C
- Abandoned theme park in nara dreamland, japan. Photo by michaeljohngrist
- Clock tower
- Old shack in a snow field, Idaho. Photo By James Neeley
- Abandoned terminal at Nicosia Airport. Photo By eyesfutur
- Milan, New Orleans. Photo By JustUptown
- Abandoned church in autumn. Photo by *CainPascoe
- Abanonded steam engine in Uyuni train cemetery, Bolivia. Photo By jimmyharris
Reblogged from wasted-inspirations
The Crispy Gentleman had the pleasure to visit and meet the crew over at Blind Barber in Lower East Side, NYC, when they first started their joint. With much success, three years later, Blind Barber has now opened a spot in LA. Back in the day, the barbershop wasn’t only a place to get a fresh cut and shave, it used to be the local hangout spot for the community where everyone came together to bond, socialize, and exchange ideas. With this concept in mind, Blind Barber brings this togetherness back in style. Along with cuts and shaves, the back room of the barber shop has a full bar and cocktail parlor so you can get your buzz on as you get your groom on. Blind Barber has expanded into all areas that make up a contemporary urban, modern-day gentleman.