I’m always fascinated by seeing evidence of history long gone. The ruins of an old building, a decommissioned road slowly being reclaimed by nature – embers of the past.
One of my highlights of our trip to Hawaii last year was the surprise discovery of a ruined restaurant. It was even more beautiful in its dilapidation than images of the original in its heyday. There’s just something about the process of the wilderness taking back what’s hers that I find intriguing. There are a thousand things to photograph; every detail is mesmerizing.