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photo taken at algonquin state hospital.
more of my work is viewable at www.abandonedamerica.org

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  • mklau
    mklauover 6 years ago

    A fascinating and fabulously rich image. Almost captivates as an “old master” style yet eeriely contemporary.

  • thank you! that’s quite a compliment! i do try to make it look like a hybrid of the two, actually, so i’m glad it’s coming across :)

    – blackoutangel

  • Maxhamish
    Maxhamishover 6 years ago

    Amazing…you do this so well…………….cheers

  • thank you! cheers to you too :)

    – blackoutangel

  • gpatrick
    gpatrickover 6 years ago

    Love your angle,pov here Matt.Well done , as usual.

  • thanks, my friend. it was kind of a scary place to stand!

    – blackoutangel

  • Michael Farruggia
    Michael Farruggiaover 6 years ago

    love the blues here and all that crap that fell through!

  • thanks, Mike! i did a LOT of editing to try to get both at optimal levels.

    – blackoutangel

  • Carlos Teófilo
    Carlos Teófiloover 6 years ago

    Superb work.

  • thanks!

    – blackoutangel

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtover 6 years ago

    wow I love the arches, i bet this was gorgeous before it was allowed to fall apart, that’s so sad, really exellent image!!!!

  • thank you – it was one of the most beautiful state hospitals ever built, in my opinion. much more lavish than even the other lavish spots!

    – blackoutangel

  • TaoLens
    TaoLensover 6 years ago

    this is just amazing. such a telling image of what was once so glorious. very well done!

  • thank you, Fergus! i appreciate it.

    – blackoutangel

  • budrfli
    budrfliover 6 years ago

    great use of color

  • thanks! i did a lot of work on that.

    – blackoutangel

  • PolarityPhoto
    PolarityPhotoover 6 years ago

    I just read your interview from the monthly feature, man. I must say, I totally relate to the way you feel at peace in these places, especially the place above. I’ve spent countless hours in that building, just listening to the wind whip through, sitting in a hallway, listening to the building drip and creak. I love “Algonquin” next time you find yourself there, drop me a line and we’ll meet up. I can get you into buildings over there that you may not have seen yet. :)

    Thanks so much for sharing your work and your gift. Never stop shooting!

  • thanks, friend. there is something really awe-inspiring and humbling about this place. maybe it’s the fact that you know at any minute it can snatch you from the face of the earth. still go there much?

    – blackoutangel

  • Carolyn Bishop
    Carolyn Bishopover 6 years ago

    Absolutely mesmerizing! Really enjoyed reading your interesting interview … thanks for sharing — and congratulations!

  • thank you, Carolyn – kind of you to say so.

    – blackoutangel

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