Postcards from Aminus3

Each week we share three Postcards from the Aminus3 photography community. Discover unique places and experiences from inspiring imagery created by everyday people from around the world.

October 04, 2019

Week of October 4, 2019

What once was? This week on Postcards from Aminus3 we look at places that once were. Computer repair in North Carolina, a faded quarry in the cold Arctic Sea, and an old Kansas farm left to decay.

Harry O'Connor retained-images photo blog

Marshallberg, NC, United States

Not exactly a high tech building, and it was closed on a weekday when we drove by. Fortunately, all our computers were working. Oh, and the back of the building and the side formed a retail greenhouse (also closed and completely overgrown).

Ny-London, Svalbard

Svalbard, Norway

Once there was a marble quarry in Ny-London, Svalbard. There are the remains of a settlement and a quarry from the early 20th century, constituting the national heritage of Svalbard there.

abandoned farm house - b&w photo

Kansas, United States

An abandoned farm house in Louisburg, Kansas Fuji GS645 Tmax 100

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