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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Those photos are really a dream!
xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena
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I love this work, im creating similar work but my own unique style.
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
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
These are FAB! Love them. How can I get a print???
Wow these are great! Makes me want to go explore my city for all the old forgotten buildings.
Ahhh love this so much ..❤
Love these pictures. Landscape are very raw and powerful
indeed a unique photographer. Another approach in the same series is presented here: http://everythingwithatwist.com/2015/03/24/western-realty-by-ed-freeman/
Great images …the end of the world..
I love ruin photography, these are about as cool as they get!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope you enjoy them!
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.
these photographs are fantastic. john from scotland and spain
The Western Realty catalog are an amazing group of images. Nice job. I have to admit though, they do make me feel a bit sad. So many dreams that didn’t work out