A dried flower found in a field at White Rock Lake Park, Dallas.
A worse-for-the-wear Volkswagen Type 2 spotted in downtown San Miguel, Cozumel, Mexico.
The abandoned Dalfort Aerospace headquarters (formerly Braniff Airlines’ Global Operations Center), on the outskirts of Love Field, Dallas, Texas.
Spotted in downtown McKinney, Texas.
Exploring the Ashford Mill ruins as the sun sets in Death Valley National Park, California.
Rusting signage at McKinney, Texas’ Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodge.
Broken and presumably non-functional, this intercom was spotted at a building in Downtown Dallas.
Downtown McKinney, Texas.
A plastered-over Falstaff beer advertisement on the side of a building in Fort Worth’s Stockyards District.
An older gentleman seeks relief from the relentless sun in the tiny Yucatan town of Dzemul, Mexico.
Detail of one of the massive doors at Battery 236, located at Fort Travis, Bolivar Peninsula, Texas. This World War II-era fort was tasked with protecting the Houston Ship Channel from possible enemy incursions.
The remains of a long-dead, abandoned building in the Nevada ghost town of Rhyolite, near the California border.
Spotted at an abandoned building in Deep Ellum, Dallas.
Exterior detail of the decaying Hotel Meson in San Miguel, Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Found in McKinney, Texas.
An abandoned Chevy Impala left to the elements in the middle of the vast, desolate Nevada desert near the border with California.
Abandoned storefronts at the base of Dallas’ long-deserted yet soon-to-be-reborn Statler Hilton Hotel.
Spotted at the Dallas Farmers Market.
The sign is all that remains of a seedy motel off of I-30 in East Dallas.
The Ashford Mill ruins, Death Valley, California.
Detail of an abandoned Chevrolet Impala, Rhyolite, Nevada.
Spotted in Tyler, Texas.
An abandoned gas station in Kilgore, Texas.