The outer husk of brick and mortar are all that is left of an abandoned building in Downtown Clarksdale, MS.
A small mural of blues musician Robert Johnson who, according to local mythology, made a Faustian bargain with the Devil for his talent, adorns the Delta Blues Alley Cafe in Downtown Clarksdale, MS.
The walls of an abandoned Victorian mansion have been almost completely covered by a thick blanket of ivy in one of the many blighted neighborhoods of Detroit, MI.
As you walk through Downtown Clarksdale, MS, you will notice many old, blighted buildings that still have some of the character left over from a time when the Mississippi Delta hummed with the sounds of the blues.
This is one of several buildings at the Albuquerque Rail Yards in Albuquerque, NM.
This is a shot of an old, abandoned building in Memphis, TN. To me, this image really sums up the contrast that exists in Memphis – the love/hate relationship that Memphis has with itself.
This is a shot of sunset at Skateland in Memphis, TN.
This is a shot of the J. R. Watkins Building at 70 Crump Blvd. in Memphis, TN. It was built in 1908.