Western Realty

By digitally singling out old and neglected building across the western United States, photographer Ed Freeman challenges us to discover these architectural structures with fresh eyes. It’s a series so brilliantly executed. Turns out, beauty was in front of us this entire time.

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(via Miss Moss)

 

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15 Comments

  1. Rena wrote:
    4.9.15
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    • I love this work, im creating similar work but my own unique style.

      12.31.19
  2. Rose wrote:

    WOW. I am kind of in love with this series, to say the least. These are amazing and brilliantly striking—I want some as prints!!

    Blonde in this City

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  3. These pictures are such a trip! Just isolated buildings. So interesting to see other realities. I’m so used to seeing buildings cramped together that this kinda gives me an eery feeling

    http://www.littleblackshell.com

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  4. Tiff wrote:

    These are FAB! Love them. How can I get a print???

    http://www.minxandmaven.etsy.com

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  6. Sarah wrote:

    Wow these are great! Makes me want to go explore my city for all the old forgotten buildings.

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  7. Louise wrote:

    Ahhh love this so much ..❤

    http://www.thefacelessstyle.blogspot.com

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  8. Sophie wrote:

    Love these pictures. Landscape are very raw and powerful

    xSophie
    http://www.sophysticate.com

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  9. sunscreen wrote:

    indeed a unique photographer. Another approach in the same series is presented here: http://everythingwithatwist.com/2015/03/24/western-realty-by-ed-freeman/

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  10. Great images …the end of the world..
    xoxo
    Yael Guetta
    http://www.ftwwl.com

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  11. I love ruin photography, these are about as cool as they get!

    xo

    Michaela

    http://michaelajeanblog.com

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/MichaelaJeanArt

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  12. mun wrote:

    How interesting!

    4.12.15
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  13. Ed wrote:

    Hi, and thank you for your comments about my Western Realty pictures on Honestly WTF.com. You can see these and a lot more on my website – edfreeman.com And of course I do sell prints! The information is all there, or feel free to contact me: ef@edfreeman.com

    Hope you enjoy them!

    best wishes,

    Ed Freeman

    5.13.15
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  14. Dominique wrote:

    I love the simplicity and calm in these photos. The isolation reminds me of the movie Legion with Paul Bettany. The photos speak to a faded and lost period of time. You have a beautiful, natural background and this odd almost desolate nod to humanity in it. It triggers memories of my childhood in the 70’s in the Arizona and California mountains and deserts.

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